All are welcome at Trinity.
We aim to inspire intercultural unity for the sake of Christ, which we accomplish by promoting dialogue and growth in matters of spiritual formation, justice, and diversity. We also partner with ministries around the world and down the street to connect students to cross-cultural opportunities.
The Intercultural Development Office (IDO) aspires to see every student experience complete belonging within our campus community. We help students celebrate the cultural uniqueness of people who are most like them on campus while finding common ground with people who come from different backgrounds.
To foster both this cultural uniqueness and intercultural unity, our campus has several different ethnic Affinity Groups available to our students. These groups gather to build one another up, to have fun in culturally unique ways, and to be a unified voice within our community.
Affinity Groups also engage the larger campus by hosting and attending cultural events put on by student groups. These include cultural heritage weeks, MLK day events, gospel choir concerts, the Apollo Evening of the Arts and Improvisation, multiculturalism workshops, and Halftime Student Success Workshops.
- A3G (African American)
- Alpha Zeta Nu (Asian)
- AEA (Americans of European Ancestry)
- Latinos Unidos (Hispanic)
- Global Student Group (Americans raised oversees and Missionary Kids)
- Mu Kappa (a nationally recognized Missionary Kid fraternity/sorority)
Global Education Trips
Global Education Trips give students opportunities for students to learn, share and experience God’s kingdom by working alongside Trinity’s partners in Costa Rica, France, India, Jamaica, Los Angeles, and Uganda.
These opportunities are available on an annual basis, and provide our students the chance to minister with a team of students in both national and international mission projects, often with life-changing results.
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The Local Community Partnerships and Discipleship Office connects students with local ministry opportunities. Students have an opportunity to learn from ministry practitioners in our local communities as they seek to serve our neighbors well!