There are many ways to get involved at Trinity — with more than 20 clubs, organizations and student government councils, there is something for everyone.
Participation in on campus clubs and organizations provides students with opportunities to build connections, develop leadership skills, supplement classroom learning, explore new interests and meet new people. Clubs and organizations are open to all students, whether you live on or off campus.
It is important to Student Affairs, that your gain a sense of belonging and mutual support in your Trinity experience. To that end, we also encourage your participation in Trinity traditions, celebrating milestones throughout the year and your college career, helping you create memories that will last a lifetime.
As you grow at Trinity, you will discover that the more active you become on campus, the more you will benefit from your educational experiences, both in and out of the classroom!
- CAS Student Government Council Elections
Wednesday, September 17, 8:00 am - online, CAS students check email for link
CAS Student Government Council Electronic Elections will be held for 32 hours, beginning at
8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 until 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 18, 2014.
Please check your email for the link to vote
CAS Students are encouraged to participate in SGC elections. Whether it’s running for an SGA position, or voting for one, this is your way to have a direct impact on what happens on this campus.
- CAS Student Government Council Candidate Meet & Greet
Wednesday, September 17, 12:00 pm - Main Basement
CAS Student Government Council Candidate
Meet & Greet
Wednesday, September 17th from 12pm – 1pm and 4pm – 5pm
in Main Hall near the Trinity Deli.
Come out and meet the 2014 -2015 Student Government Council Candidates. This is an opportunity to meet and talk to the candidates before voting.
Questions? Contact Dean Ophelia Morgan at 202-884-9317
- National Voter Registration Day
Tuesday, September 23, 12:00 am -
As a student, you have a constitutional right to register and vote in the place you consider to be “home” — whether that’s your parents’ house, your apartment, or your residence hall room. But before you make the important decision about where to vote, make sure you know the rules (and sometimes consequences) of registering to vote in that state. Click here for a voter guide with state by state information.
|Dean Meechie Bowie
Dean of Student Services
Office Phone: 202-884-9611
Main Hall 223Dean Ophelia Morgan
Assistant Dean for Student Engagement