Welcome to Campus Ministry
Campus Ministry enhances the mission of Trinity through experiences and programs that encourage
Events this Summer
Our Cunneen Fellows 2016 are busy at their worksites.
Brenda Alonso ‘18
Daniela De La Cruz ‘18
Tiesha Edwards ’17
Brenda is a rising junior with a major in Global Business and International Affairs. She is learning a lot about immigration policy while providing administrative relief at the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) in Washington, D.C.
Daniela is a rising junior with a major in Business. At Building Hope in Lanham, MD, she is helping displaced families achieve stability in housing, employment, and support services. Building Hope is the worksite of a former Cunneen Fellow, Alesha Dobbs, 2013.
Tiesha, a rising senior with a major in Sociology and a minor in Elementary Education, is learning about how non-profits work while planning wholesome, age-appropriate fun activities for homeless children. She works for the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project in Washington, D.C.
Many thanks to the 2015 Cunneen Fellows for their support of The Sower’s Seed Events, Reunion Weekend, and many more events this year: Angalise Brinkley, Lauren Cush, and Paige Telesford.
Our mission advances the spiritual values of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, founders of Trinity, who believe that education and spirituality transform lives. We strive to model diversity, interdependence, solidarity, and inclusiveness, reaching across racial, ethnic, and religious lines.
Interfaith Prayer & Worship
We offer interfaith services and Catholic Masses. Through prayerful reflection, we find the strength to sustain ourselves on our human and spiritual journey (St. Julie Billiart, co-founder of the Sisters of Notre Dame du Namur). Within the Trinity community we seek to deepen our relationship with God and with the human family.
Community Service & Social Justice
Cultivating compassionate and generous hearts and serving those most in need, the Trinity community works to grasp the systemic structures of injustice through personal and communal responses. We respond to issues in our society and the international community.
Service work that addresses systemic structures of injustice is available to students through both short-term and long-term projects.