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Parent Engagement

Our Commitment to You. Trinity University Parent and Family Programs partners with families to promote and cultivate student learning, development, and success. Our Engagement Programs encourage active involvement in the University’s mission to provide an excellent liberal arts and sciences education for our students.


Trinity University’s mission is built on learning and developing meaning and purpose in the lives of its students. Students learn in the classroom and by experience. Families are asked to partner with faculty and staff to encourage students to think critically and formulate plans of action.


Members of the Trinity faculty and staff are eager to work with families in helping students succeed. Family members are urged to contact someone on campus for advice or assistance about issues affecting a student's well-being or opportunity for success.

Acting as Partners

Through thoughtful partnerships, parents and students benefit from meaningful programming and volunteer and leadership opportunities on the Trinity campus and throughout our network. Trinity University’s Parent and Family Programs encourage collaborative partnerships that keep parents informed and involved in the community. The means of communication and the parent engagement programs are varied to help meet the needs of a diverse population. 

Join us as a Trinity University advocate, ambassador, and investor through membership on Parent Council, Parent Ambassadors, and Parent Associates programs.

For more information on the Parent Giving and Engagement Programs, please contact:

Aliza Holzman-Cantu
Director of Parent Giving and Engagement
210-999-7410 or


For parent ambassador and volunteer opportunities, please contact:

Nicole Fratto
Senior Assistant Director of Admissions
210-999-7275 or


For student life, academic, personal, social, emotional issues, and concerns, please contact:

David TuttleDavid Tuttle
Associate Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students
210-999-8843 or