News Release

A record 450 new faces graced Trinity's campus for the annual Blueprints weekend on July 7-8. Incoming freshmen, transfer students, and their family members experienced the academic, social, and spiritual dimensions of Trinity for the first time together. 

The weekend began with a barbeque supper, followed by the Amazing Troll Race, an Ice Cream Social, and a Praise and Worship service, similar to those held every Thursday night during the school year in the Ozinga Chapel. The class of 2010 capped the evening with a variety of activities, including open gym, outdoor soccer, board games, and snacks in the Molenhouse Student Center. Day Two began with a breakfast hosted by President Steven Timmermans, followed by the groundbreaking ceremony for the $8.7 million Art and Communication Center. The balance of the day focused on giving students an opportunity to register for classes and meet with faculty members, while their parents attended sessions to learn more about financial aid and the role Trinity will play in their son's or daughter's life.

"I feel comfortable and warmly welcomed," said Zach Vis '10 of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. "I'm excited for what's to come."

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