Speaking directly to the college's mission to Engage, Connect, and Transform, the Office of Student Activities, Involvement, and Leadership (S.A.I.L.) supports students' experiential learning through involvement opportunities.

Student involvement is an integral part of the Trinity College experience, providing personal growth while cultivating transferable skills. Along with supporting students, the office provides oversight and coordination for two facilities that serve the Trinity community—Mather Hall and Vernon Social Student Center. 

Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership (S.A.I.L.) Office supports students through initiatives that enhance and promote the campus community. Through advising, mentoring, and partnerships with campus departments, the S.A.I.L. Office empowers students to become more effective and adaptive leaders. Students who engage in leadership opportunities outside the classroom gain meaningful experiences that enhance their personal, social, and intellectual growth.

The S.A.I.L. Office focuses on three key areas:

Activities

In addition to supporting the activities of Student Government Association (SGA) recognized groups, S.A.I.L. also coordinates the details for large-scale events, like the fall and spring Involvement Fair, New Student Orientation (NSO), Senior Week, and the Campus Life Leadership Awards.  
 

Involvement

There are dozens of SGA-recognized student organizations to join at Trinity. The S.A.I.L. office works collaboratively with all student-run SGA groups, providing advisement and administrative support from start to finish. Visit Bantam Link to learn more about the organizations and events across campus. 

Leadership

There are leadership opportunities for students within the organizational structure of each club. Whether you are a general member or a part of the executive board, contributing to a student organization provides valuable experiences though running a meetings, hosting events, or collaborating with other clubs to create experiences for your peers.  By participating in student organizations, students refine their transferable skills such as communication, conflict resolution, time management, and budgeting all while forging friendships and performing a service to the Trinity community.

Recognizing Outstanding Contributions to Campus Life

As the spring 2020 semester comes to a close, Trinity College is honoring students, faculty, and staff for their outstanding contributions to campus life.