Alumni & Friends
With a 100+ year history in this community, we are very proud of the thousands of women and men 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 Moline Public Hospital School of Nursing, Emergency Medical Technician, and Radiography; Lutheran Hospital School for Nurses and Respiratory Therapy; St. Anthony's Hospital School of Nursing and School of Radiologic Technology ; Franciscan Hospital/Medical Center School of Nursing and School of Radiologic Technology ; United Medical Center School of Nursing and Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences.
We value our members as they continue to financially support Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences, through the Trinity Health Foundation. As one of our valued alumni, we are pleased you wish to stay connected with us, and we invite you to learn more about us from these web pages. Remember to stop in to visit us on campus whenever you travel to the Quad Cities.
Director of Student Services and External Relations
If you find yourself loving what you do and if you are enjoying your life, let us know at http://www.trinitycollegeqc.edu/alumni-updates.aspx. As I coordinate alumni activities with support from our Class Agents, knowing what's important to you will help give us direction. I'd love to hear from you and to remain in touch. If you would honor us by serving as Class Agent, we can get together face-to-face or virtually to make that happen.
Speaking of getting together, we broke with tradition this year and held a ceremony in July to honor Sandra Henry, MA, RN, and to acknowledge her professional accomplishments. As our 2016 Distinguished Alumnus, Sandra, is now an octogenarian and has a zest for life. An alumna of St. Anthony's Hospital School of Nursing, Class of 1956, she remains active as she continues a life-long commitment to service. It was a lovely afternoon when approximately 35 people, many of whom were family, friends and alumni from St. A's, joined us on campus. Please enjoy a look at this video of the highlights of the ceremony.
Remember, you, too, can nominate someone for either the Distinguished Alumnus, Young Alumnus or the Distinguished Leadership in Health Care award. Nominating is easy just click here http://www.trinitycollegeqc.edu/honorary-awards.aspx. Let's stay in touch so that our Alumni Association thrives and continues to connect us. Here's a quote from Herman Melville to consider, "We cannot live for ourselves alone. Our lives are connected by a thousand invisible threads, and along these sympathetic fibers, our actions run as causes and return to us as results."
Thank you for letting me serve the fine membership of our Association!
Lenore T. Knock