The Accidentals, Trinity College's only all-male a cappella group, believe there are few things in life more enjoyable than making music you genuinely love with people you genuinely care about. Their sound is a mix of old and new; the tight
Active Minds aims to change the conversation about mental health by increasing student awareness about mental health, providing information about mental health issues, and emphasizing techniques that will increase the well-being of the Trinity community.
The African Student Association is a Trinity College Student organization which seeks to raise awareness about contemporary African culture, politics and economic issues on the Trinity campus and beyond.
Alpha Chi Rho is a National, men's collegiate fraternity whose purpose is to enhance the lifelong intellectual, moral, and social development of our members through the guidance of our Landmarks.
The Phi Kappa Society was founded on October 27, 1835, at Trinity, and was the second secret society established there. After 42 years as a local fraternity, the PK chapter of the Alpha Delta Phi became the second international fraternity of the College.
This group of pre medical students aspires to bring and participate in heath related activities, community outreach, and awareness events both on campus and in the Hartford community.
ASME is Trinity College's nationally recognized student chapter of the National society. Weekly meetings are held. Over the course of the year ASME runs many activities on campus for students, from a fall Banquet with speakers to a freshmen event
We, the Trinity College chapter of Amnesty International, are a small group of very dedicated student activists working to promote, raise awareness of, and engage the Trinity College campus with local, national, and international human rights
Showcasing and preserving the format "Anime" for current and future generations of Trinity Students.