Do you face the world boldly? Trinity does! And one of the best ways to experience our community of diverse and global citizens is by engaging with us on social media.

Trinity College uses social media as a digital canvas to share our stories and to discuss news and events important to the college and our city of Hartford. Our main social media accounts are where you’ll find Bantam Spotlight features, Instagram takeovers, athletic highlights, and updates about Trinity alumni and community influencers. Prospective students will find deeper insight into student life at Trinity and are encouraged to reach out on social media with questions about the application process. In the event of a crisis or emergency, the Office of Communications may also utilize Trinity’s social media accounts as a platform for updates and as a way for our community to remain safe and informed.

Much like Trinity’s mission, social media has the ability to engage, connect, and transform. We hope you’ll face this digital world boldly along with us.

Want to get involved? Follow @TrinityCollege on social media.

 

 

 

Share your photos with us. Use #TrinColl with your posts. Reach out about taking over Instagram. Have a question about best practices or want to schedule a social media workshop? We can answer your questions and help with the process. And most importantly, use social media as a way to share stories, build community, and CONNECT.

Other Trin-centric hashtags:

#TrinityGood (for examples of what it means to do and be “Trinity Good!”)
#TrinAlum (for alumni/Alumni Relations)
#TrinColl2022 (for this year’s incoming first-years)
#TrinFam (for Family Weekend)
#TrinGrad (for Commencement)
#TrinHome (for Homecoming)
#TrinReunion (for Reunion)
#RollBants (for Athletics)
#GoBants (for Athletics)
#AllInForTrin (Trinity Giving Day)

Questions?
Contact Social Media Strategist Kelly Ann Oleksiw

Social Media Comment Policy

We encourage Bantams, parents, prospective students, and members of our community to connect on social media. We welcome all viewpoints and expect that comments will be on topic and respectful of the rights and opinions of others. Any potential violations of the Code of Conduct (as outlined in the Student Handbook) by students on the college’s social media platforms will be reported to the Dean of Campus Life and Vice President for Student Affairs.

We reserve the right to delete posts or comments on any of Trinity’s official social media accounts or affiliated accounts that represent the college and its athletic teams, groups, clubs, and departments that contain:

Profanity
Personal attacks
Bullying/harassment
Racist/sexist/homophobic/other slurs
Abusive, wildly off-topic, or threatening content
Sexually explicit or obscene visuals or text
Violations of copyright/privacy laws
Spam or commercial solicitations

In addition, all content, comments, and posts on Trinity’s social media channels are bound by the Terms of Service for that social media service and should uphold the college’s mission and values at all times.

Please keep in mind that posted comments do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Trinity College. If you have concerns about content posted on one of our social media accounts, please email us​. We encourage and welcome your feedback.

Looking for social media best practices and guidelines?

Check back soon for more resources, and refer to the expectations below while curating content:

Be respectful
Be engaging
Be consistent
Be smart–think twice before posting
Be in compliance with Trinity College policies 
Be aware of liability and copyright laws

Be knowledgeable about Terms of Service