We love college students. Both of our pastors were previously campus ministers (Princeton and Lehigh respectively). Our members welcome students into their homes. We want students meaningfully involved in our church. Studies have shown how significant the college years are in forming the three main "-ations", that is, Vocation, Association, and Location. More fundamentally, lots of students come to the campus at a place of vulnerability, willingness to explore new ideas, and with incredible potential for leadership and growth.
College students at Trinity attend the University of Tulsa, TCC and Rogers State. As a church we support campus ministry at TU, OU, OSU, and UA. We're not just hoping that students show up and fill a few seats. We want students to become members of Trinity, serve on a variety of teams, and participate in Community Groups. Our missions team has a close relationship with Reformed University Fellowship at the University of Tulsa (RUF), and we strive to support RUF, mentoring college students as they learn the importance of the local church. Students are a vital part of Trinity and our doors are open wide to them.
Here is a short video by Tim Keller explaining the importance of RUF on college campuses: