You can participate in many activities while completing Foundation Studies at Trinity College.
Trinity College Foundation Studies offers you more than just a great academic experience. As a student, you have the opportunity to take part in a variety of extra-curricular activities to develop valuable qualities and skills that can help you in your future university studies and career.
Our extra-curricular activities are overseen by dedicated Trinity College staff members who ensure activities add richness and enjoyment to the Trinity experience.
Students may connect with a number of faith-based clubs on campus, including:
Often initiated by Trinity College staff members or students, life skill clubs enrich your experience living and studying in Melbourne. These clubs include:
Join the M&M Leadership Team to coordinate and host a range of cultural and educational events on campus, including our annual Peace Builder's Conference.
Join the House Party Team to host weekly dinner with games and music for students to attend after class.
As a Foundation Studies graduate, you can apply to undertake a year-long ministry formation program. You'll engage in daily prayer, attend weekly classes and annual retreats, and develop a range of ministry skills. This program is interdenominational and includes input from a wide variety of local Christian leaders.
As a Foundation Studies graduate, you can apply to undertake a year-long internship in partnership with Initiatives of Change, who engage in peace-building work globally. You'll 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.
Featuring performances from Trinity College students and staff, this annual festival gives you the chance to sign up to clubs and activities of your choice.
Sometimes staff organise a trip to Central Australia for those who would like to further explore Australian culture. On this 12-day journey, students will see some of the beautiful landscapes that make up much of the Australian Indigenous culture, and plenty of native wildlife, such as kangaroos and lizards.
Sometimes we host Foundation Studies art and photography exhibitions to give students and staff the opportunity to display their artistic talents to their peers.
We have a range of music groups and concerts that will let you showcase your musical talents.