The Trinity community has a long tradition of recognizing the accomplishments of its members. Scholarships and awards are given out by the College administration based on academic merit, need, and achievement.
But at Trinity, students also recognize the achievement of their fellow students. At the end of each academic year, the student body votes on the winner of several awards:
The Ashley Award is presented to a graduating undergraduate student who, in the opinion of his or her peers, has made a substantial and ongoing contribution to the life of the College over the previous four years and has not already been recognized for their commitment by election to the position of Head of College, Head of Arts, or Head of NRA.
The St. Hilda’s Patteson Award is awarded to a fourth year female student who has demonstrated continued involvement throughout her time at Trinity and has not been previously recognized by her peers through an election to Head of College, Arts or Non-Resident Affairs. The recipient shall have demonstrated leadership and dedication to student life, particularly to the life of female students.
Deadlines for nominations for the Ashley Award and the Patteson Award will be posted on this website and disseminated via other media well in advance.
Further award opportunities will be posted here throughout the year. Check back again!