Living Trinity Campaign – Message From the Co-Chairs

Carolyn Kearns and Michael Royce, Co-Chairs of Living Trinity Campaign

There has never been a better time to be a member of the Trinity community. The Living Trinity campaign marks the beginning of the most exciting chapter in our history, one that will redefine the College for generations to come.

For both of us, the concept of “Living Trinity” resonates on many levels. This is the place where we met our spouses, where each of us has proudly watched one of our children graduate. We made lifelong friends here. We discovered our passions, our interests, and our talents in this place. And we share a conviction that our Trinity experience fundamentally changed our lives for the better.

We are also deeply aware of the need for our College to grow and adapt, to continue to provide the Trinity experience—an experience tailored to the needs of today’s students as they navigate our increasingly complex world. We must do everything we can to ensure their success, from providing crucial financial support to delivering outstanding academic programs, to offering them a home on campus during their time here.

Being part of the Trinity community means always having opportunities to become involved, in ways that matter to you. For us, that means playing an active part, personally and financially, in helping to ensure that future generations have access to the same excellent education we had, in a place that will do everything possible to support them in realizing their full potential. We believe that the Living Trinity campaign will have a lasting impact not only on future generations of Trinity students, but on every member of the Trinity community. We hope that you will be inspired by the projects and priorities the College has created, and by our encouraging progress so far.

Join us!

Carolyn Kearns ’72
Michael Royce ’68

Learn more about the Living Trinity Campaign by exploring the links below:

Living Trinity Campaign Priorities

Living Trinity Campaign Cabinet

Visionary Campus

Classroom of the Future

Deep Roots—And Still Growing!

Living Lab

As published in Trinity Magazine Fall 2020

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