Incoming Freshmen Gather for Blueprints: Photo Gallery


Members of Trinity’s class of ’20 gathered on campus for Blueprints on June 17-18, where they got a taste of the college life they will experience in the fall. This annual event allows incoming freshmen to meet their roommates, register for classes, see what their dorm rooms will look like, take part in fun activities, and immerse themselves in the life of Trinity students.

On Friday, students learned about studying abroad, Bridge Sessions, the Honors Program, and many other opportunities Trinity offers. After a Chicago-style dinner and an ice cream social, students took part in a praise service, participated in a late night extravaganza, and enjoyed campfire and karaoke at the Bootsma Bookstore Café.

Saturday began with a faculty-hosted breakfast, followed by academic overview sessions. Students and professors engaged in one-on-one advising and registration in the Jennie Huizenga Memorial Library. Parents had the opportunity to participate in an open house, and informative sessions on student life, college finances, and the first year experience were held. After a barbecue lunch in the Dining Hall, students said goodbye until they return for classes in August.  

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