Each year, Trinity students receive the EPIC Package (stands for Explore. Play. Imagine. Connect.), a coupon book that allows you access to a year-long series of programs designed to connect each student to the greater Everett and Puget Sound community. It’s a great way to meet other students! Read more about the EPIC Package.
Trinity is committed to the spiritual growth of each student. In order to facilitate spiritual growth, both individually and corporately, each member of the community is encouraged to worship regularly at chapel services Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Weekly times of Prayer and Praise are also scheduled. Each person is encouraged to worship regularly with and participate in a local congregation, of which there are many. Click here to learn more about spiritual formation.
Trinity has an intercollegiate athletics program that includes men’s and women’s soccer, cross-country, and golf. Teams take the field against some of the toughest college programs in the area. Student-athletes complete regionally as part of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA), Division I. Our sports teams also emphasize leadership, service, and giving back to the community. Try out or plan to cheer on the teams at a game. Read more about our athletic teams.
Associated Student Body
Every student who is registered at Trinity is a member of the Associated Student Body (ASB). Members of the ASB elect the Student Council who represent student opinions in decision-making and action. The Student Council also plans and facilitates various campus events such as retreats, social events, worship services, and athletic events.
Various athletics events are held throughout the year, including dodge ball tournaments, 3-on-3 basketball, volleyball, pillow polo, and ultimate Frisbee. Read more about intramural sports.
Fall Retreat is a way for the Trinity community members to get to know each other at the start of the year and begin creating lasting friendships. Spring Retreat allows the entire Trinity community comes together at an off-site retreat location in order to celebrate the end of the year with games, activities, worship, relaxation, recreation and fellowship.
Mud Bowl is a flag football game held in Mid-October, rain or shine. Current students, alumni, faculty and staff divide into two teams (Washington vs. The World) for an afternoon of fun athletic competition.
Welcome Back Ball
This event occurs in the first week of February and both marks the end to spring orientation for new students and welcomes back all returning students. Each year the Welcome Back Ball is themed and allows students to re-connect, meet new folks, and get their groove on.
This twice yearly event occurs the week of finals and includes a variety of activities, such as the Bungee Run and Sumo Wrestling – all designed to “blow off steam.” These activities are followed by a Finals Feast, a provided dinner and study time that includes access to faculty and study resources.
Create a Club
If there is a student who is passionate about a topic, hobby, or interest, they are welcome to create a club and find members to join in! Clubs, which are always changing due to student interest, are approved and funded through Student Council.