A network of thousands of health care professionals.
Alumni & Friends
With a 100+ year history in this community, we are very proud of the thousands of men and women working in the health care field with credentials from Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences or one of our predecessor schools. Our diverse alumni membership includes graduates from the Moline Public School of Nursing, Lutheran Hospital School for Nurses, United Medical Center School of Nursing and Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences. Alumni are represented in the fields of nursing, radiography, EMS, respiratory care and surgical technology.
Should you wish to financially support Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences, we invite you to work through the Trinity Health Foundation
, which works to generously support our programs and endeavors.
Over the years we have grown to include programs not only in nursing, but also in radiology and respiratory care, positioning us as a leader in nursing education and the health sciences. As one of our valued alumni, we are pleased you wish to stay connected with us, and we invite you to learn more from our Coordinator of Advancement and Community Outreach.
Letter from Teri Johnson, Coordinator of Advancement and Community Outreach
Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences is a "special place". You are a member of an important group of individuals who received a certificate, diploma, or degree from the College. Trinity Alumni, even though they come from different schools, continue to make significant and distinctive contributions to the health care profession and other related fields.
What you have collectively accomplished is in large measure responsible for the ever-growing tradition and reputation of Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences as one of the best in nursing and health sciences education. This reputation enhances the value of all of our degrees.
The College would like to strengthen its relationship and connection with its alumni. In my new position as the Coordinator of Advancement and Community Outreach, part of my role is to develop an alumni network. I am committed to the goal of making your connection with the College lifelong and one that will be mutually beneficial. At the College we are committed to providing experiences and services to our alumni that embrace the rich history and tradition of the many different schools that make up Trinity.
You can remain involved with the College in many ways. First and foremost, please keep us posted on where you are and what you are doing
through our Alumni/Friends website section. Visit the website to find out more about our College events, continuing education opportunities, and local alumni clubs and activities. You can also keep abreast of what is going on at Trinity College through our bi-annual alumni newsletter, “Focus on Alumni.”
The Chancellor and I will also be reaching out to you over the next year as we would like to host alumni luncheons at the College to let you know what we are doing, hear what you are doing and to build our alumni network.
I appreciate your support and honor your continued involvement with the Trinity College of Nursing and Health Sciences family of faculty, students, staff and alumni.
Coordinator of Advancement and Community Outreach