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Response and Impact: Perspectives from Trinity University on COVID-19‌

Share Your Story

Trinity's Special Collections and University Archives is conducting a collecting project on the effects of COVID-19 on the Trinity community. The project has three facets. First, share your thoughts through the questionnaire provided below. This is one way to develop a collection that will reflect what life was really like at Trinity during this pandemic. Second, we will be collecting digital and physical material. Please see the What to Give page on the types of material that will be accepted. The third stage will be an oral history project that will take place after a sense of normalcy has returned to campus. 

Please contact University Archivist Abra Schnur at for more information on the project.


By completing this questionnaire you are consenting to participate in a collecting project titled Response and Impact: Perspectives from Trinity University on COVID-19. Your answers will become part of the archival collection housed on the campus of Trinity University in the Coates Library. Material in this collection will be open and available for future research and use.

Oral History

Do you or someone you know play a pivotal role in Trinity's response to the pandemic?  Was your instructional approach greatly affected by transitioning to a remote setting?  Do you know of a student who had exceptional challenges during this time in crisis?  We are looking for interviewees to share their experiences that are able to show the breadth the pandemic had on the Trinity community.  Interviews will begin in the spring of 2021 to give time for processing and reflection.