2016-2017 Certified Student Organizations
- Business and Economics club
- Chess Club
- College Democrats
- Communication Club
- Dreamers Alliance
- Entrepreneurship and Marketing club
- Ladies Fierce in Research, Science and Technology (Ladies F.I.R.S.T.)
- Maya's House Mentoring club
- Model United Nations
- Muslim Student Association
- Psychology Club
- The Record
- Running Club
- Sisters Into Reading (S.I.R)
- Student Occupational Therapy Association (S.O.T.A.)
- Women’s Student Action Coalition (W.S.A.C)
Business and Economics club
To promote the exchange of ideas in business and economics; to provide fellowship among students and faculty while extending our members educational experience beyond the classroom.
President: Robyn Marshalll Advisor: Dr. Lynda Jackson
To introduce the game of chess and to develop critical thinking skills beyond the classroom.
President: Gabrielle Clary Advisor: Dr. Steven Gable
To promote recognition and appreciation of the Democratic ideals and goals throughout the University. Through this organization we hope to empower women to pursue civic involvement and foster growth as global leaders.
President: Airen Washington Advisor: Dr. Shelley Tompkin
To serve as a medium of inquiry and outreach between students and staff, to serve as a platform of free expression and community for Trinity students and facilitate a culture of learning and hands-on experience in the fields relevant to the student of Communication.
President: Amber Floyd Advisor: Dr. Jamey Piland
To come together as a united group to help each other through the college experience; advocate on behalf of Dreamers and the undocumented community; and to foster an atmosphere of communication and understanding at all times.
President: Sadhana Singh Advisor: Ms. Iris Escarraman
Entrepreneurship and Marketing club
To assist and provide education to students who have an interest in pursuing careers in entrepreneurial, business or marketing sectors.
President: Demane Butler Advisor: Dr. Peggy Lewis
Ladies Fierce in Research, Science and Technology (Ladies F.I.R.S.T.)
Seeks to promote the interest of students in STEM discipline as well as enrich learning opportunities for the Trinity community regarding significant breakthroughs, pioneers and career opportunities.
President: Charlene Valdez Advisor: Dr. Patrice Moss
Maya’s House Mentoring club
Promotes the nurturing of character, mind, and spirit through peer mentorship.
President: Elisa Taylor Advisor: Dr. Lynda Jackson
Model United Nations
To bring awareness to global issues through conferences in the Model United Nations program while enhancing our knowledge of the world and promotion of interest of women.
President: Paris Morris Advisor: Dr. James Stocker
Muslim Student Association
To provide Trinity students with an understanding of Islam while incorporating interfaith unity and discussion.
President: Dahabina Sulaiman Advisor: Dr. Roxana Moayedi
To stimulate positive self-growth, interactive thinking, positive emotional health, and awareness to mental health issues around our community. To physically communicate our mission, we plan to interactively promote psychology through information sessions, events, and community service.
President: Mina Mesfin Advisor: Dr. Deborah Harris-O’Brien
Trinity Washington University’s literary magazine The Record welcomes writers and artists of all mediums and expressions. To submit work, visit the page here.
Advisor: Bill Beverely Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To encourage academic growth, sisterhood in the midst of practicing running.
President: Shiela Best Advisor: Professor Joe Sheridan
Sisters Into Reading (S.I.R)
To expand the members’ personal literary experience by reading quality works written by various authors and reading a selection of titles that vary in genre from new to classic fiction to science fiction and fantasy, mystery, social commentary, histroy and autobiographies Also, to host literary events, author presentations and book signings.
President: Nailah Penic Advisor: Dr. Rewa Burnham
Student Occupational Therapy Association (S.O.T.A.)
To enhance the knowledge of the profession of occupational therapy through professional, educational, community and social activities.
President: Kristina Rainwater Advisor: Ms. Lisa Simmons
Women’s Student Action Coalition (W.S.A.C)
To provide a space and medium for students to engage in discussions of feminist issues.
President: Kelly Escamilla Advisor: Dr. Jamey Piland
For more information about getting involved in any of the above organizations, please contact Dean Meechie Bowie at 202-884-9611