LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Continue your pursuit of lifelong learning and self improvement.
Through online learning tools to continuing education opportunities and support resources, Trinity will help you advance your skills and develop as a professional. Your supervisor may also have skills and professional development opportunities to help you grow.
Take a course at Trinity
Trinity is a community of lifelong learners where you’re encouraged to grow your professional skills.
Degree and Non-Degree Seeking
As a full-time employee, you will be given a 100% remission in tuition, allowable on the basis of one course per semester for undergraduate and graduate courses. Time off from work must be approved by the supervisor and made up at another time.
Pre-college opportunities for your kids
Programs for elementray, middle school, and high school grades, giving a glimpse into the college life.
Duke TiP Summer Studies
Grade Level: 7th and 8th grade
For three weeks, students take part in interactive, inquiry-based learning that challenges them to think critically about themselves and their world. Courses, led by faculty experts, are equivalent to a year of high school instruction.
Grade Level: High school students
Upward Bound provides opportunities for students to succeed in pre-college coursework in high school and ultimately in their higher education pursuits.
Saturday Morning Experience
Grade Level: Grade 1 through 8th
Coordinated by Trinity graduate students in education and taught by Trinity undergraduates, the program helps young students broaden their learning experiences.
Hear from experts. Trinity has an institutional license for all Faculty, Staff, and Students to have access to this online learning tool at no cost.
Access Trinity specific and national research through services like Gartner, O'Reilly, and EDUCAUSE.
Staff Professional Development Day
Learning TUgether. Spend a full day attending conference style sessions led by Trinity faculty and staff.
Subscribe to TigerTalk to watch for the next staff development day.
The Collaborative for Learning and Teaching
The Collaborative supports pedagogical practices that foster rich learning opportunities for Trinity's students and provide resources for faculty to connect, share, and explore ideas for instruction.
The Collaborative offers talks, workshops, and consultations on a wide range of topics in teaching and learning. They bring in outside speakers and pedagogy experts to support the work of Trinity faculty. Events are also hosted to highlight the amazing and innovative teaching happening across campus.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Ranging from Allyship workshops to microaggression/unconscious bias training, continue your journey by exploring opportunities with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Environmental Health and Safety
Office of Student Involvement
Open to faculty, staff, and students, the Chat and Chew Series provides a range of wellness topics including fitness recommendations, nutrition and healthy meal planning, mental health and stress management, work life balance, financial wellness and more, working with local health wellness experts. Contact the Office of Student Involvement for more information.