Our highest body of student government is the Trinity College Meeting (TCM). Unlike most student governments, the TCM is a direct democracy. Every student can bring forward motions, speak and vote at the TCM. The TCM makes Trinity unique because we are the only college in North America whose student governance is conducted by a body of which all the College’s students are members, rather than by an elected student council. Show up to the meetings, participate, and your voice will matter.
The TCM also sets the social calendar for the year, reviews and amends student government documents, voices the general opinions of the student body, establishes and directs student clubs and holds annual student elections.
These following documents will be useful for Trinity students running or wishing to start a new club.