Clubs and Activities

Student leadership opportunities, extracurricular activities, excursions, information sessions, orientation activities and other events organised by the Student Services team enhance the wider learning experience of Foundation Studies students.

Student clubs offer a variety of sporting, cultural, and social activities, and simultaneously help to forge strong friendships. Staff members give generously of their time to support the various groups.

Students showcase their considerable talents in a wide range of music groups and concerts. A student committee also organises the Annual Ball, which is often the social highlight of the year.

Occasional Foundation Studies Art and Photography Exhibitions give students and staff an opportunity to display their artistic talents to their peers and these are always well received. 

Leadership opportunities

At Trinity, we provide a wide range of opportunities for students to develop leadership skills, network with local and global leaders from a range of not-for-profit and community sectors, and to pursue lives of exceptional promise. Students can connect with a range of both formal and informal opportunities including:

  • The Multicultural & Multi-faith Club Leadership Team - Our student Multicultural & Multi-fait Club (M&M Club) is led by a team of student volunteers who collaborate to host a range of cultural and educational events on campus, including an annual Peace Builder's Conference.
  • Peace & Leadership Internships - Graduates of Foundation Studies may apply to undertake a year-long internship in partnership with Initiatives of Change, who engage in peace building work globally. Students attend annual retreats, engage in monthly coaching sessions and have the opportunity to develop skills in cultural intelligence, team building, conflict resolution and strategic planning and implementation. Opportunities to study at the Initiatives of Change base in Switzerland are also available to select students.
  • The House Party Team - Our House Party Team is an interdenominational cohort of students and Alumni who host a weekly dinner with games and music, for students to attend after calss.
  • Faith-Based Clubs - Students may connect with a number of faith-based clubs on campus including a Muslim Student Association, Buddhist Student Association, Bible Study and Discipleship Groups.
  • Young Christian Leader's Program - Graduates of Foundation Studies may apply to undertake a year-long ministry formation program, during which students live in community, engage in a daily rhythm of prayer, attend weekly classes and annual retreats, canvassing a range of ministry skills. This program is interdenominational and includes input from a wide variety of local Christian leaders.