About Alumni Relations
Mission of the Office
The mission of the Alumni Relations Office is to interest, inform, engage, and organize alumni in the promotion and support of Trinity University and to work with the National Alumni Board to create mutually beneficial relationships among alumni and with the University throughout the lives of alumni.
Role of the Office
The Alumni Relations Office is one of the University's primary sources of contact with its more than 25,000 alumni. The Office creates ways for alumni to participate in the life and vitality of the University. Through the increased engagement, alumni will help Trinity move forward and improve its position in the nation and the world.
The Office of Alumni Relations fosters engagement in five key areas:
Benefits and Services
The Office maintains partnerships with vendors and organizations offering discounts and special services for Trinity graduates. These Benefits and Services are available for all alumni regardless of geographic location. The Office also serves as the first point of contact for alumni seeking assistance with University services including transcript request, diploma questions, and library services, among others.
On- and off-campus events, Alumni Relations and alumni volunteers host more than 120 annual events. Visit the Event Calendar to stay informed and find an event that is of interest to you.
Alumni Chapters group graduates of the University based on their geographic location. From coast to coast alumni gather to network, hold social events, learn, and cheer on the Trinity Tigers!
Volunteer opportunities, from recruiting prospective students to serving on boards and committees, draw hundreds of alumni annually. Learn more and get involved today!
Alumni Relations strives to maintain a variety of beneficial communication vehicles through which alumni can become better informed about the University. Using sites like like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter as well as print and electronic communication, the Office regularly seeks not only to inform but to solicit opinions and engage graduates in more meaningful ways.