Interested in the library? Want to share your ideas, opinions, and fierce feedback? We’d love for you to be part of the Library & Information Technology Services Student Advisory Board! 


What it is: The Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) Student Advisory Board empowers stellar Trinity students to advise us on ongoing programming and initiatives. In the past, the board has advised on Art+Feminism, Day of Digital Scholarship, open educational resources, and using an anti-racism and equity framework to assess and evaluate library collections, services, and outreach. We are proud of our alums and to have had the benefit of their advice to improve the services we offer our campus community. 


What we ask of you: Attend a few meetings each semester and give us your feedback. That’s it! If you want to be more involved, that’s even better, and we’d be happy to include you in projects and initiatives (and write you letters of recommendation for your work!). 


What you get: Influence on library services, resources, and initiatives. Opportunities to pitch your great ideas and amplify student voices on campus. Connections with staff and fellow students who share your interests. Insider knowledge of how the library works. An alumni newsletter keeping you in the loop about the impact of your involvement after you graduate. 


How to apply: Send an email to [email protected] by Wednesday, September 28th with a brief explanation of why you want to join and a promise that you’ll make it to at least one meeting during the semester.