- Where can I find important academic dates (enrollment verification, add/drop, grade submission, etc.)?
- What do I do if my classroom is locked?
- What do I do if I need to cancel my class?
- How do I find my class roster?
- What do I do if a student in my class is not on my roster?
- What is enrollment verification?
- How do I submit grades?
- What is the deadline for submitting grades?
- Where is the adjunct faculty office?
- Where do I get classroom supplies (i.e. blue exam books, pencils)?
- How do I reserve audiovisual equipment?
- Where can I make photocopies?
- Where is the RedBox located?
- How do I request a mailbox?
- A student needs an accommodation based on a disability. Whom do I contact with questions?
- What academic support services are available to students?
- What subjects are available for tutoring?
- When should I refer a student to the Academic Services Center?
- What resources are available for students who are unable to afford the textbook for my class?
- What services does the library provide?
- How do I borrow items from other consortium libraries?
- How can I contact the IT department Helpdesk from my home?
- When will I get my adjunct faculty contract?
- Where can I find the adjunct pay schedule?
- Who do I call with payroll questions?
- When will my Trinity email account expire?
Where can I find important academic dates (enrollment verification, add/drop, grade submission, etc.)?
You can find all important academic dates on the Academic Calendar.
What do I do if my classroom is locked?
Please contact Public Safety at 202-884-9111 (or on Campus-9111).
What do I do if I need to cancel my class?
A.) If you need to cancel your class, fill out the Class Cancellation Form (this link is also accessible on the Academic Affairs and Faculty/Staff web-pages). Once you have submitted the form, Enrollment Services and Academic Affairs will receive an automatic notification of the class cancellation and will post the necessary signage.
B.) If you are unable to complete the web-based form, please contact the Class Cancellation Hotline at 202-884-9250. When leaving a message, please identify the following:
The course you teach including course pre-fix and title ( i.e. MATH 109, Foundations of Math)
The day, date, and time of the course meeting
The building and room number in which your class meets
Contact your students through Moodle using “Quick Mail” to indicate your plans to make up for the material(s) not covered. Please do not schedule additional class sessions or extend the semester/term.
Receive confirmation of the class cancellation via email. Do not assume your class has been canceled until you receive this confirmation. Your academic dean will also be copied via the confirmation.
Weather cancellations: only the official Trinity weather/emergency hot-line should be used to determine if classes are canceled due to weather or an emergency; do no assume that Trinity is closed because other schools or universities are closed. The emergency hot-line phone number is 202-884-9009. If Trinity is not closed, you should not cancel your class.
How do I find my class roster?
You can view and print your class roster through Self-Service. Once logged in, please follow the below steps to view/print your class roster:
- Select the Classes Tab
- Select the Enrollment Menu Item
- Select Class List Option
- Choose Your Specified Course
- View/Download Class Roster
What do I do if a student in my class is not on my roster?
Only students that are registered for the course and appear on your class roster are allowed to attend your class. If a student is not listed, s/he must meet with their advisor to resolve the matter.
What is enrollment verification?
Enrollment verification is a required record of attendance of the first week of classes and is submitted through Moodle.
How do I submit grades?
- Click Grades (under administrative heading)
- Select the correct grade in the drop down box
- Click Save or Submit
What is the deadline for submitting grades?
Where is the adjunct faculty office?
The adjunct faculty offices are located in Main 263 and Main 350. Access codes are available in Faculty Services (Main 186).
Where do I get classroom supplies (i.e. blue exam books, pencils)?
Supplies can be requested through Faculty Services. Please contact LaWander McFarland at email@example.com or visit Main 186 for all supply requests.
How do I reserve audiovisual equipment?
All TV, VCR, and DVD player requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance to Faculty Services. All requests must be made in writing to LaWander McFarland at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email should include the date, time, location, and type of equipment needed.
Where can I make photocopies?
Faculty copiers are located in Main 188 and Main 350. Large print/copy jobs must be sent to the Copy Center in the Post Office.
Where is the RedBox located?
The RedBox is located outside of Faculty Services (Main 186) and is checked Monday-Friday 10AM-7PM and Saturday 8AM-5PM. Student should only drop items in the RedBox for your receipt upon approval.
How do I request a mailbox?
Adjunct mailboxes are available by request. All requests must be made in writing to LaWander McFarland at email@example.com. Your email should include your name and collegiate unit.
A student needs an accommodation based on a disability. Whom do I contact with questions?
The Disability Student Services (DSS) office exists to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to every opportunity for learning and personal growth. For questions regarding accommodations, contact Hope Fisher, the Assistant Director of Academic Services for Disability Support, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-884-9358.
What academic support services are available to students?
The Academic Services Center offers academic support seminars, consultations with students, disability student services, peer tutoring, and the Math and Writing Center.
What subjects are available for tutoring?
Tutoring is available for a variety of subjects. Please contact the Academic Services Center for a list of tutors and subject availability at 202-884-9360.
When should I refer a student to the Academic Services Center?
Academic referrals should be made to Academic Services when a student is having difficulty with all of his/her assignments, doesn’t seem to manage academic responsibilities, students show marked discrepancy between performance in class and performance on exams, students demonstrate unusual difficulty with academic skills, students need a tutor, or students have a disability.
What resources are available for students who are unable to afford the textbook for my class?
There are affordable textbook alternatives, including course packets, custom publishing, e-books, and open-access journals. Faculty are encouraged to develop course packs which can then be sold by the bookstore. Faculty may not directly sell course packs or other course materials to students.
What services does the library provide?
The library serves as a meeting place for students, provides access to print and electronic resources, and provides assistance during each step of the research process for members of the Trinity community.
How do I borrow items from other consortium libraries?
Faculty may borrow books or request articles from any other library belonging to the Washington Research Library Consortium. To activate a library bar code, please visit the Sr. Helen Sheehan Library.
How can I contact the IT department Helpdesk from my home?
The IT Helpdesk can be reached via email at email@example.com or by phone at 202-884-9811.
When will I get my adjunct faculty contract?
Contracts are emailed to your Trinity email account before the start of the semester. Adjunct contracts should be printed, signed, and returned to the Academic Affairs Office (Main 203) or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Failure to return a contract in a timely manner will delay compensation.
Where can I find the adjunct pay schedule?
A pay schedule is located on the last page of your contract and is also available on the adjunct faculty resource page. Pay is processed through the Payroll Office and is distributed by direct deposit.
Who do I call with payroll questions?
Please call the Payroll Office at 202-884-9529 for all payroll inquiries.
When will my Trinity email account expire?
A Trinity email is issued to all adjunct faculty for purposes of facilitating communication between students, faculty and administrative personnel. If an adjunct is no longer teaching after two consecutive academic terms, their Trinity email will be deactivated.