As the Coordinator of SAS, Catherine Morell-Nickle meets with students with various disability-related concerns. Mrs. Morell-Nickle reviews documentation of SAS applicants, and upon determining eligibility, coordinates the appropriate accommodations. Additionally, she meets with prospective students and their guardians to answer questions about SAS as well as about Trinity in general. She is dedicated to ensuring that students with disabilities have equal access to Trinity University's courses, programs, services, and events while promoting disability awareness to the Trinity community. Mrs. Morell-Nickle is a graduate of Davidson College with a B.A. in psychology. A Licensed Professional Counselor, she earned her M.S. in counseling from Georgia State University. Also a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, Mrs. Morell-Nickle earned her M.A. in school psychology from Trinity University.
As the Accessibility Specialist in Student Accessibility Services (SAS), Alyse Gray manages the Accommodated Testing Center (ATC). Alyse also works with upper class students registered with SAS, and is the point of contact for students who work as note-takers for SAS. She is committed to working with students, faculty and staff in the Trinity Community, as well as promoting equal access on campus for students with disabilities. Ms. Gray is a recent graduate of The Ohio State University with a B.A. in psychology, an M.A. in education and an Ed.S. in school psychology. She plans on becoming a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology after becoming a Nationally Certified School Psychologist.
Minerva Lopez's employment at Trinity University began in April 2000. In January 2008, she joined the staff of Counseling Services and SAS, bringing many years of experience in the secretarial and managerial fields. In addition to providing secretarial support to the various University offices, Ms. Lopez has also served as Gift Coordinator in the Development Office. Prior to coming to Trinity, she served as a Program Assistant for SER Jobs for Progress, San Antonio Community Initiatives and was a Department of Army employee for 24 years.