What makes life at Trinity fun? Well, one or two things . . . like turning our library into a golf course. Or attending athletic games. Or taking part in a musical or play. Or an explosive paint battle on the campus lawn. When you schedule a visit to campus, ask some students you meet about these traditions. They’ll probably have a lot of stories to tell!
Chapel Cabinet. The Chapel Cabinet serves the student body by planning engaging worship services. This pastorally motivated group of students seeks to model Christ-centered community by organizing diverse expressions of worship for the whole student body.
Emerging Leaders. Emerging Leaders is a program for incoming freshman at Trinity. Each year 25 students are chosen to join the Emerging Leaders program, which is designed to give students an opportunity to experience life as a student leader from the very beginning of their time in college, while learning foundational principles and practices of Christian leadership along the way.
Intercultural Affinity Groups. Students interested in learning about, informing, entertaining, or mobilizing the Trinity community in matters of unity, human flourishing, racial reconciliation and other issues relating to American ethnic groups should join one of the Intercultural Development Office’s six affinity groups. Through these affinity groups, IDO promotes and embraces both cultural uniqueness of one’s personal identity (diversity), and intercultural collaboration and gospel solidarity (unity) within the Trinity community. Learn more about IDO at [email protected] or 847.317.8072.
Men Under God. Men Under God (MUG) recognizes that “iron sharpens iron” and provides an opportunity for Trinity men to be shaped by the character of God and by the accountability and council of friendships. MUG meets weekly to share food together, talk with leaders in the church and on campus, and speak into each other’s lives.
Student Government Association. Trinity’s Student Government Association (SGA) represents student opinion to the faculty and administration and provides services and activities for the student body and provides excellent leadership of the student body.
Women’s Ministry Council. Women’s Ministry Council (WMC) models intentional and individual relationships with Christ, therefore creating safe spaces where women can come and experience the unconditional love of God.
Athletic Training Club. The Athletic Training Club is a student-managed organization that promotes and plans special events, arranges guest speakers, and organizes educational field trips for Athletic Training Education majors. These special events emphasize the prevention, recognition, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. In addition, students are encouraged to integrate their faith into the daily use of their new skills as they interact with peers, faculty, and the community around Trinity. Learn more about our Athletic Training Program degree below.
Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education, is a network of more than 520 chapters with 60,000 members around the world. It’s organized to promote scholarship and excellence in education. Its membership is intergenerational, and members include undergraduate and graduate students, university faculty and administrators, classroom teachers, school administrators, and retired educators interested in supporting and encouraging the next generation of teacher-scholars. Members receive helpful resources, are invited to attend nationally sponsored conferences, job fairs, and worldwide study tours, and have the opportunity to apply for scholarship awards. Membership is by invitation only upon recommendation by the Division of Education. In order to be eligible for membership, candidates must have passed Gate 1: Admission to the Division of Education, declared a major in education, have a cumulative GPA of 3.50 after 30 hours, have an ED GPA of 3.75 after 12 hours of ED-prefix course work, and have no dispositional concerns or notifications. Learn more about our education degrees below.
Lambda Pi Eta. Lambda Pi Eta, the national honorary society that recognizes excellence in the field of communication, originated in 1985. This society, which is associated with the National Communication Association, has more than 340 chapters worldwide. Lambda Pi Eta exists to recognize scholastic achievement, develop interest in the communication field, promote professional development, and provide a forum for exchanging ideas about communication and exploring graduate school options. To be eligible for Lambda Pi Eta, students must have completed 60 hours of undergraduate credit, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, have completed at least 12 hours of courses in communication, have a GPA of at least 3.25 in communication classes, and be a full-time student in good standing with the institution. Learn more about our communication degrees below.
Psi Chi. Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in psychology, founded in 1929 for the purpose of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining scholarship and advancing the science of psychology. Membership is open to both undergraduate and graduate men and women who are making the study of psychology one of their major interests and who meet these minimum qualifications: completion of 9 semester hours of psychology; registration for major or minor standing in psychology; rank in the upper 35th percentile of their class in general scholarship; a minimum 3.10 cumulative GPA and 3.25 GPA in psychology courses; and high standards of personal behavior. Learn more about our psychology degree below.
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