Student Health 101 - April Edition
You can read the April issue of the Parent Perspective
You are also invited to read the accompanying Student Health 101
issue for our students
April issue includes:
- Taking the Fear Out of Financial Aid
- Get the Scoop Before Your Interview
- Stress Effects: Understanding Your Body's Reaction to
- Turn Conversations into Connections
- 5 Effective Fitness Fads
- Beyond the Books: Discover All Your library Has to
- When is Alcohol a Problem? How to Talk About Lower-Risk
- UCookbook: Savory Sandwiches
- FitnessU: Martial Arts-Inspired Workouts
- And much more…
Proof of Health Insurance
submit proof of health insurance through the online waiver to avoid being
billed for the Student Health Insurance Plan in the summer. Details for
submitting the waiver are available
online. Or the online waiver forms are available at
https://www.academichealthplans.com/trinity. Select 2014-2015, the waivers are in the
column titled Enrollment.
encourages you to prompt your student
to attend several of the programs and events offered throughout the year.
Click here to view the upcoming
that may benefit your student.
Making Connections with Arizona Alumni
2014 (Wednesday), 6:30-8:30 p.m., Scottsdale, Arizona
Internships, and Fellowships
Developing the Next Generation of Latino Leaders Workshop
April 15, 2014
(Tuesday), 12:30-2 p.m., UT Austin
Annual Bright Futures Award: 2014 National ECE Scholarship Program
due June 11, 2014 (Wednesday), 5 p.m., Online
2014 Teachers & Administrators
2014 (Saturday), 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., St. Luke Parish Hall, San Antonio, TX
2014 Hatton W. Sumners Careers in Politics Seminar
April 16, 2014
(Wednesday), 6:30-8 p.m., Trinity University
Dual Language Open House Night
April 16, 2014 (Wednesday), 6-7:30p.m., Austin, TX
Pastor? Rabbi? Priest?
April 21, 2014 (Monday), 4-5 p.m., Parker Chapel Reception Room, Trinity
Gateway’s Summer Intensive Program in Political Communication
due May 2, 2014 (Friday), 5 p.m., Online
Career Services Team /
Residence Hall Closing Information
Residence halls close at noon on Thursday, May 15. Residents are expected to
leave 24 hours after their last final. Only graduating seniors will be
allowed to remain until noon on Sunday, May 18. In addition to information
Residential Life Web page,
students will receive an e-mail to their Trinity e-mail address outlining
Students living in the FIRST-YEAR AREA and SOPHOMORE COLLEGE
will have floor meetings to discuss check-out. Residents must make an
appointment (by Sunday, May 4) for a check-out time with their RA/RM.
Residents living in the UPPER-CLASS AREA (Isabel, Myrtle, Susanna,
Lightner, Murchison, South or McLean) will have two check-out options. This
applies to juniors and seniors.
1. REGULAR CHECK-OUT: Residents schedule an appointment (also by May 4) with
the Hall Manager for an
appointment to check out.
2. EXPRESS CHECK-OUT: Residents still have the responsibility to complete
all steps for check-out and turn in
their room key to the Witt Center between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily. By doing
Express Check-out, students waive
all rights as they relate to dorm damage charges and will not be able to
appeal charges. If students are
concerned about damages in the room, the Residential Life Office suggests
that they DO NOT use Express
Residence Hall Opening in August
Next fall the residence halls will open for Sophomore College students on
Saturday, August 23 and juniors and seniors on Sunday, August 24.
Is your rising
senior son or daughter looking for off campus housing? The Residential Life
Office sponsored an Apartment Fair on April 4. In case your student missed
click here for a copy of the
Apartment Fair handout with information on apartments that serve the Trinity
Summer Storage Options
student need to store belongings over the summer? Check out
this list for locations near
Trinity that offer short term storage.
Summer School Housing
Is your student planning to attend summer school at Trinity? Living on
campus is not required and does not count toward the residency requirement,
but if your student wishes to live on campus, applications for summer
housing will be available at the Witt Center desk beginning Monday, April
14. Applications should be completed and returned to the Witt Center as soon
as possible as space is limited.
This section features e-mails that were sent to all students since the last
TrinitE newsletter. These are shared with you for your information. By
policy, students are responsible for information sent to them through
e-mail, which serves as an official Trinity University communication tool --
because all students are assigned accounts. We want you to see what they
have been sent. (Click on each heading to read the full
Class Newsletters April 2014
Fall/Summer 2014 Preregistration Checklist - Important!
B-Cycle at Trinity
Trinity University Tour Guide Applications and Information Sessions
Severe Thunderstorm Warning
Student Conduct Board and Conduct Review Board Application
Senior Roast Voting
Heartbleed Bug Security Threat
Fwd: Campus-wide T360
The difference between…
The Trinity Parent and Family newsletter
is an electronic
newsletter that is distributed to parents of new students in the summer.
The TrinitE Parent and Family electronic newsletter is sent to
subscribers about every three weeks during the academic year.
ParentTalk is an interactive listserv available to parents
and family members. Participants must subscribe to this list, which allows
parents to respond to posts submitted by others. It is a valuable list to
utilize to pose questions about local services, parental dilemmas, general
concerns, and inquiries.