Local Businesses Offer a Warm Welcome to Students

UPDATE: Trinity freshmen take a break from their service project at the Children’s Hunger Fund to send a heartfelt “thank you” to the city of Palos Heights and its local businesses. Students appreciated the warm welcome they received from the community in the form of signs, special discounts, and a Palos Heights hospitality tent set up on campus on August 23, Trinity’s official move-in day.

Students get a warm welcome

From my front lawn to nearly every street corner in Palos Heights, the signs are posted!

My sons Getenet and Fekadu point out one of the many signs around the neighborhood.

Local businesses have teamed up to welcome Trinity students, both new and returning, with more than 200 signs around town. In a addition, a hospitality tent on campus during Move-in Day will provide another way that local business people will help students feel “at home.”

AND…check out all the great perks businesses are offering students!

It’s great to know the community considers Trinity to be an integral part of Palos Heights and wants students and their families to experience a warm welcome.


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