Going to class and studying is only part of college life! Outside of class, you need to have fun, get to know other people, and blow off steam!
Trinity has numerous opportunities for you to be involved in campus life:
Associated Student Body
Every student who is registered at Trinity is a member of the Associated Student Body (ASB). Members of the ASB elect student officers who represent student opinions in decision-making and action. Trinity Student Government (TSG) is made up of six officers who are elected in the spring. TSG represents the interests of students to the administration and Board of Directors, as well as administers the ASB fee, plans events for all students, manages student clubs and facilitate opportunities for involvement and spiritual growth.
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 participate regularly in our Wednesday Chapel and Community Time. Chapel worship is an interactive experience that draws from the deep resources of the Christian tradition while seeking new and innovative ways to engage and express our shared spiritual journey—particularly though the arts. Rooted in our Lutheran identity, Chapel draws on the gifts of all the members of our community—both within Trinity and in the wider community. Each person is also encouraged to worship regularly with and participate in a local congregation.
Everett Family YMCA
Trinity students receive a free membership to the Everett Family YMCA, located just one block from the Campus Center. The YMCA offers a complete health and wellness center, gyms, an aerobic studio, two indoor pools, a hot tub, indoor walking/running tracks, a racquetball court, and a host of fitness classes and programs.
Trinity Lutheran College Choir
Students with an interest in singing and/or instrumental music are invited to participate in the college choir. Concerts are held throughout the year, including the Advent Festival Concerts held in early December.
Trinity’s soccer, golf, cross-country, and track and field programs compete on an intercollegiate level. The teams are focused on athletics and teamwork on the field, as well as leadership off the field in various areas of community service. Students gather at games to cheer the team on. Read more about our athletics program.
Students have the opportunity to be active in club sports within the Everett/Snohomish County community. These sports may include crew, volleyball, rowing, soccer, hockey, basketball, and recreational skiing.
A popular, campus-wide event, Playfest usually involves presenting a musical comprised of an all-student cast. It is generally held each spring in conjunction with Family Weekend.
Create a Club
If there is a student who is passionate about a topic or hobby they are welcome to create a club and find members to join in! Clubs are approved and funded through Student Government.
Service Learning Practicum
God calls every Christian to a lifestyle of service. Since its beginning, Trinity has affirmed that call by providing opportunities for students to discover their spiritual gifts and talents and to learn to use them for the sake of others. Because Jesus came to serve, not to be served, service is taught and practiced as a way of life. As part of the CRUX, students participate in the Service Learning Practicum, generally taken during the sophomore year. Students volunteer two to four hours of public service each week in a variety of places, serving people who have a variety of needs. Sites of service may include churches, hospice homes, long-term care centers for the elderly, tutor centers, urban mission agencies, youth centers, preschools, and more. Faculty members are involved as advisors and fellow servants.