THINK ABOUT THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMS THAT INTEREST YOU MOST: The housing form allows you to indicate your primary academic areas of interest, so take a moment to become familiar with the many options available to you.  We will use this information to pair  you with an appropriate academic advisor.  It is okay if you are unsure or if your decisions are subject to change. 

 

DETERMINE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY SPECIAL INTEREST HOUSING OPTIONS: Trinity offers multiple academic affinity halls, living learning communities, and special interest halls.  If you’re interested in Creativity and Entrepreneurial Behavior, Exploring the Issue of Homelessness through Service Learning,  Humanities Reading, Social Awareness, or if you want to live in a substance free community read the Special Interest Housing information below and make the appropriate selection within the form.  Please note:  If you have a strong interest in Health Professions, Computer Science, Engineering, Education, Music or Physics (which require specialized advising) the only special interest housing options available to Humanities 1600 Class Only or Substance-Free Living.

 

READ AND SIGN THE BOARD AND RESIDENTIAL AGREEMENT: The Trinity University Board and Residential Agreement contains rules and regulations for the residence halls as well as important dates regarding residence hall procedures.  Please read the agreement in its entirety.  You will then be prompted to enter your initials to confirm that you read the document.  If you will not be at least eighteen years old as of Thursday, August 22, 2013 please print the document and have a parent or guardian  co-sign with you then mail it to the Residential Life Office at: 1 Trinity Place #94 | San Antonio, Texas 78212.  You may also fax it to 210-999-7251.

 

QUESTIONS: Contact the Residential Life Office at 210-999-7219 or reslife@trinity.edu for any questions regarding the housing form.

 

 

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