Alumni Relations | Get Involved

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So much of what you will get out of Trinity University is dependent on your involvement with it. Luckily, there are many ways to get involved with Trinity University!


If you are interested in sharing the Trinity experience with prospective students, consider joining the Trinity University Recruitment Network . Alumni are the best ambassadors for Trinity!

As alumni, you play a very important role in assisting the Alumni Office and Career Services in supporting alumni and students in their career development and management. The Career Network provides venues and opportunities to bring Trinity University alumni and current students together around career information.

Were you in a fraternity or sorority?  Stay informed by checking out the latest information on Greek Life at Trinity today.

The Trinity University Alumni Association's (TUAA) governing body, the National Alumni Board (NAB), plays an active role in strengthening the bonds within the University community. The NAB is comprised of six evenly divided classes of 36 elected members who serve two, three year terms. All alumni of Trinity are eligible for service, and may also nominate any other alumni for consideration for board membership.

There is a local board for each of the 25 chapters and chapters-in-formation. Please contact the president of the chapter for information on how to become involved near you.

The Trinity University Network of Entrepreneurs' (TUNE) goal is to help entrepreneurial alumni build their businesses while strengthening alumni involvement with the University. TUNE's virtual community will provide members with access to an array of research, data and other information that supports their entrepreneurial efforts.

If you would like to get involved with events and activities on-campus, please contact the Alumni Relations Office. Opportunities include such things as carrying your class banner at Welcome Convocation.

Likewise, alumni have the opportunity to represent Trinity University around the country in such endeavors as university inaugurations and host committees for regional receptions. Again, contact the Alumni Relations Office for more details.

There are many things you can do to be involved with your alma mater--even if you only have 15 minutes!