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Events for Students, Families, and Friends

Trinity offers a variety of ways for families to experience the University even from afar. Below are some helpful avenues of information that you can use to keep up with what is happening here on campus.

"Global Read" newsletter - Supplies the latest news for international students, scholars and their families.

Trinity University Parent's Page - Subscribe to a listservice called ParentTalk. This listservice allows parents to exchange information, ask one another questions, share advice, etc. University staff will respond to questions and offer occasional updates.

Subscribe to LeeRoy electronic newsletter - Sent out daily during the fall and spring semesters, LeeRoy lists events, announcements and other happenings on campus.

 

Information for Parents and Families

Important Dates for Planning - Find out when residence halls are open and closed, when the University is closed, and other important dates.

Parent's Guide to Student Information and Confidentiality - Read your rights regarding your student's personal and academic information here at Trinity.

Student Consent Form - This form allows students to instruct the University to release information to others.

 

SAN ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION FORUM

June 2018

The SA Forum is a collaboration between international offices from area institutions of higher education in South ​and Central ​Texas.​ Area experts in the ​SA Forum ​share information and resources for professionals in international education. The SA Forum meets twice per year. ​The SA Forum was hosted by Trinity University on Thursday, June 28, 2018. You can down load the Schedule and Session Details in PDF

Session Powerpoint Slides: 

NAFSA Update and Leadership Opportunities
USCIS Trends, Updates, and Processes
Nation Building - International Orientation and Beyond
Increasing Study Abroad Awareness and Advocacy through Departmental Collaboration
Building a Peer Mentor Program
Supporting ALL Immigrants in a Time of Uncertainty