Community Service

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David Spener, associate professor of sociology and anthropology

Clandestine Crossings

Trinity sociologist documents the experiences of migrants who cross the border illegally and the human coyotes who guide them into South Texas


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Our Service Philosophy

Service is one way in which Trinity University supports and challenges students in their development as individuals and as responsible global citizens. We acknowledge that service has three main components: education, volunteerism, and reflection. These three components can be seen and experienced in our service programs. At Trinity, students can find service projects ranging from on campus to across the globe. Community Service at Trinity has been recognized by being named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the past six years.

Volunteer Awareness Week is September 2-5!

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Addtional Service Resources

For more information about Community Service at Trinity University, please contact Edwin Blanton, coordinator for Community Service and Engagement, at 210-999-7547 or via e-mail at