Trinity Community posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Lessons Learned from the Fall 2020 Semester

As Trinity College prepares to welcome nearly 2,000 students back to campus in February for the spring 2021 semester, the work to keep the entire community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Here, members of Trinity’s COVID-19 steering committee and other campus leaders look back at the fall semester and discuss plans for spring.

Academics posted by Kelsey Brown ’23

Fine Arts Class Finds Creative Connections with Subjects and Spaces During Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic led students enrolled in a sculpture class at Trinity College to get creative when considering the subjects and spaces for their works of art, which their professor says were full of humor, patience, and hope. “Their spirit was inspiring,” says Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Lynn Sullivan.

Trinity Community posted by Kathy Andrews

Success in Helping Students Persist, at a Time When It’s More Urgent than Ever

Trinity’s Student Success team is adept at connecting students with resources to help navigate challenges they encounter during college. With the team’s leadership, Trinity has achieved a first-year student retention rate of 90 percent, worthy of celebration in any year and even more so in the time of COVID-19.

Trinity Community posted by Tess Dudek-Rolon

Fundraising Volunteers Mobilize to Rally Student Support

The college has added 86 fundraising volunteers so far this fiscal year—more than doubling the number of volunteers who joined last year, bringing the total number of fundraising volunteers to more than 300. These volunteers are instrumental in serving as vital connectors between Trinity and its alumni and parent community.