In Trust College, we believe that skills development should be embedded in academic programs, rather than an add-on, to give students the best chance of shaping their future. Students need to be given the right tools to enable them to thrive and take charge of their own development.
We offer a wide ranging co-curricular program to complement each student’s academic life and hold a strong belief that these activities are important in their overall holistic development. All of our students are encouraged to be highly committed to their chosen co-curricular activities and are assured that their full involvement will be supported.
We look forward to seeing every student play a full and active part in the co-curricular life of the College.
A comprehensive liberal arts education includes regular engagement with cultural activities and diverse perspectives not only in the classroom, but also in the college community and in communities beyond the college. Students become full participants in the campus community as they join others in a variety of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities. These include:
* student government
* music ensembles
* campus publications/newsletter
* art competition
* music competition
* social gatherings
* service-learning opportunities
* international education opportunities
And many more to provide students and faculty with ways to integrate classroom and laboratory work with out-of-class experiences, and a student’s experience in a course can be enriched in significant ways by the selection of complementary co-curricular activities.