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Trinity College has built a reputation as a place for teaching the very best undergraduates in innovative interdisciplinary programs. In the past several years, building on the foundation of the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program, the visionary support of our alumni has resulted in a reinvigoration of the academic mission of the College.

With the addition of the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, new streams in Trinity One and other vital program enhancements, $10 million has been raised positioning Trinity as a leader in interdisciplinary education. To build upon this momentum, we seek an additional $8 million to enable us to attract and develop top talent, secure our long tradition of international engagement and continue the interdisciplinary innovation that is the hallmark of Trinity’s programs.

Joy Fitzgibbon

“My students are exceptional and they bring a passion and creativity that both inspires and strengthens our shared efforts. They are truly extraordinary and gifted young people with great minds and potential. As Trinity grows and responds to the needs around us, I see the possibilities to strengthen and transform our society towards more livable communities.”

— Professor Joy Fitzgibbon

“Essentially, ‘Living Trinity’ means sustaining a healthy community of learners committed to bettering the global society.

It’s the physical site where we gather as a community. It’s the collection of very diverse people who we are as a community. And living together as a group committed to similar values and objectives. And it’s the reason we all gather, which is the academic programs and engagement that helps us all learn together, become better informed and better prepared to respond to the challenges of our society and to become leaders who make a difference.

That’s what I think Living Trinity is: It’s living in a way together, in a certain place that allows us to achieve those goals and community of people who enable each other to become better leaders in a way that allows us to meet society’s needs.”

— Christopher Brittain, Dean of Divinity and Margaret E. Fleck Chair in Anglican Studies

Chris Brittain