Student Affairs at Trinity

Mission

Student Affairs is comprehensive and collaborative unit on campus that includes the following departments: Athletics; Campus Housing and Residence Life; Campus Ministry; Health and Wellness Center and Student Activities.  Student Affairs encourages personal growth and enriches the quality of campus life through innovative student-centered services and programs that foster self-efficacy, leadership and integrity.  Student Affairs strives to increase student retention, foster engagement and build community by empowering our students within an inclusive and supportive environment.

2018-2019 Goals

Student Affairs Goals
2018-2019

Goal 1:  Enhance Student Engagement

  • Establish the annual programming calendar by July to enable earlier promotion of activities and to increase collaboration amongst Student Affairs departments, with Student organizations and academic units.
  • Improve marketing and fan development through halftime events, promotions and fan engagement ideas
  • Enhance SAAC appearance and outreach on and off campus through marketing and cohosting events with other student organizations and the Special Olympics organization
  • Establish Student Affairs sponsored events and programs to engage the campus community in a variety of topics, including Voter Registration, History Month Programming, Social Justice Advocacy
  • Develop a program/curriculum for leadership development for student leaders, especially in regards to the leadership of CAS SGC and the CAA.
  • Develop of new and interesting co-curricular programming across disciplines in partnership with student organizations and academic units.

Goal 2:  Improve Retention

  • In partnership with Facilities, increase attention to routine maintenance and upkeep of residence halls
  • In partnership with Dining Services, develop strategies to improve the quality and variety of food offerings on campus
  • Review visitation policies, residence hall staffing structures and programming models to improve student experience in the residence halls.
  • Review structure and approach of student-athlete study hall, implement progress reports for student-athletes below 2.5 GPA and enhance Athletics staff interaction with advisors, and faculty to ensure that student-athletes are successful.
  • Improve customer service in Health and Wellness Center (appointments, health forms and insurance) and Campus Housing (work orders, room assignments and building environment).

Goal 3:  Promote Personal Growth and Wellness

  • Improve efficacy of the Health and Wellness Center by digitizing all operations by the end of the 2018-2019 academic year.
  • Implement fall workout programs for winter and spring athletes and winter workouts for spring athletes to maintain baseline conditioning, motivation and team bonding through the year.
  • Implement end of year physicals for athletes to prepare student-athletes for preseason workouts
  • Offer additional programs in conjunction with Trinity Center, Athletics, Health and Wellness and Dining Services that address student wellness needs and interests.
  • Explore a partnership with non-profit and Capital Area food bank to provide students access to produce and other seasonal items to extend the food pantry
First Year Convocation

First Year Convocation

Christ House volunteers

Community Service volunteers

Student leaders

Student leaders