Pat McGuire receives Presidents’ Distinguished Service Award from Association of Catholic Colleges & Universities. Watch the video honoring her leadership.
Trinity Washington University students, staff and faculty gathered on November 9, 2016, to discuss the outcome of the historic election which saw the loss of Hillary Clinton — the first woman ever nominated to run for president from a major party — to her Republican rival, Donald Trump.
On June 4, 2016, Trinity Washington University dedicated the Payden Academic Center, home to the sciences, nursing, and many other academic programs. Thank you to all of our generous benefactors.
D.C. Congressional Delegate, Eleanor Holmes-Norton Hosted her Women of Excellence symposium at Trinity Washington University with a panel that included Gina F. Adams, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs at the FedEx Corporation, Nakeisha Neal Jones, Executive Director of Public Allies DC, and Laila Linares, Surge Fleet Life Cycle Manager at the Department of Navy’s Military Sealift Command. The Symposium took place on March 14, 2016 at 11:00 am in Social Hall at Trinity Washington University
The TIAA Institute honored Trinity President Patricia McGuire on March 14, 2016, presenting her with the 2016 TIAA Institute Hesburgh Award for Leadership Excellence, which recognizes outstanding leadership in higher education. The award is named in honor of the great educator and humanitarian, the late Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh. The award was presented at ACE2016, the American Council on Education’s 98th Annual Meeting, in San Francisco.
The Trinity Academic Center’s Construction is drawing to a close. In our third time lapse, we revisit the entire construction process in less than one minute!
The last beam of the Trinity Academic Center is officially put in place on 4/29/2015. The new Trinity Washington University Academic Center opens FALL of 2016.