Welcome to the Trinity University Alumni Association! With more than 29,000 members, Tiger alumni cover the globe and are actively involved in chapters throughout the United States. Your years as a Trinity student may come to an end, but your relationship with the University is just beginning!
Once you leave Trinity University, you automatically become a member of the Alumni Association. The mission of the Association, which has no dues, is to encourage alumni involvement in the support and promotion of Trinity University.
There are many ways to become involved with Trinity's alumni - both now and once you've graduated. Get involved as a student! Here's how:
Contact the Alumni Relations Office if you have questions, or would like to find other ways to get involved. Don't forget - most of us were where you are just a short while ago!
The Trinity University Young Alumni Council is focused on creating an active and vibrant network for recent graduates (those from the past 15 years). The council's goal is to create an opportunity for individuals to learn more about what the Trinity University Alumni Association has to offer, while still providing benefits and activities specifically targeted to the needs of more recent grads.
For more information on the Young Alumni Council, or to learn more about becoming a Young Alumni Program Chair, contact Lexi Read, Young Alumni Coordinator, at 210-999-8405 or aread [at] trinity.edu.
Membership in a fraternity or sorority is not just a four year commitment... it's an experience that ignites a life-long commitment of friendships, leadership, and service. The fraternity and sorority life staff encourages Greek alumni to stay active and connected, and offer support and encouragement, to the undergraduate members of their organizations.
In the spring of 2013, the Board of Trustees approved the Blueprint for Trinity University's Fraternities and Sororities. This Blueprint is forward-thinking, ensuring the long-term success of social fraternities and sororities on campus. Read the Blueprint, or learn more about its committees and progress, on the fraternity and sorority web page.