Join the Trinity community throughout the year in celebration and commemoration of our 150th anniversary. Check back frequently for news and events updates.
When Larry Adamson ’54 compiles a list of family members who have Trinity connections, he has to go back 150 years to the University’s founding in Tehuacana in 1869.
As part of Trinity’s 150th Anniversary festivities, campus will participate in the national First-Generation College Celebration.
Before the start of the 2019 spring semester, music composition professor Brian Bondari made a mysterious disappearance.
We are excited to learn more about your proposed event. Submit your event online. Our committee can provide planning, marketing, and possibly financial assistance. During this special year, faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to elevate ongoing and existing events and work with special enhancements using the 150th Anniversary branding kit.