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Volunteer Programs

Make a difference in the lives of current students and alumni through active and exciting engagement with the University. Trinity parents are extremely generous with their time. Some get involved in their local area through the admissions office and others help with Trinity gatherings in their home or workplace.

Danny Anderson volunteers at Trinity Gives Back

Parent Ambassadors

As Trinity parents, your personal knowledge of the University is a valuable asset to those researching our educational and campus community and your efforts ensure that we continue to enroll talented and diverse classes/students. You may speak to the involvement of parents and our parent programs that continuously strive to engage families. Volunteering as a Parent Ambassador is a meaningful way to remain engaged with the University and have an impact on its future.

Parent Council

The Parent Council is composed of current and alumni parents who create a sense of community for their peers through engagement opportunities that immerse parents in the Trinity experience. These parent leaders support Trinity and our students by sharing their talents, volunteering their time, and making an annual gift to a fund of their choice.

Summer Send-Offs

Summer Send-Off Parties bring alumni, current parents and students, and incoming students and their families together in a casual setting in their hometowns to celebrate the Class of 2021 University’s newest arrivals and send them off to Trinity in style.

Parent Perspective

The Trinity Parent Perspective is a blog, written by and for parents, most of whom have students who have attended or are currently enrolled in Trinity, or those who love Trinity and know a thing or two about college life. The authors try to answer questions from other parents - particularly parents of prospective students at Trinity University - to be a helpful resource. Past topics have covered the idea of college fit, campus safety, and the concept of joining a sorority or fraternity? Contributors are welcome.