Trinity was ranked 21st among Midwestern regional colleges in this year’s survey.
Dennis Harms ’89, Trinity’s Associate Vice President for Advancement, has received Prime Officer status from Reeher, in recognition for being a top gift officer.
The Trinity community today mourns the passing of philanthropist and businessman Richard M. DeVos, who entered into glory on Thursday, Sept. 6, in Ada, Mich.
Several members of the Trinity community have been named to the board of foreverU, a youth empowerment organization founded by alumnus Ryan Hesslau ’18.
This summer, Hannah Dykstra ’17 and Professor of Art & Design John Bakker taught a class together at Art on Sedgwick in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood.
For the third time in four years, Trinity’s nursing grads are celebrating a 100% first-time pass rate on the NCLEX-RN exam.
Chicago artist, musician, and teacher Tim Lowly’s work is currently being featured at the Seerveld Gallery in the Art & Communication Center through Sept. 27.
Alums Evan Witmer ’18 and Tony Dykstra ’18 were recently interviewed by “Blockchain News” about their new app and how the Trinity community has launched them on the path to success.
With the help of the Trinity Alumni Nursing Association, Rachel Kuipers ’18 landed her first job in her chosen area.