Designed by O'Neil Ford, the Chapman Center provides cross-disciplinary collaboration bridges for undergraduate and graduate work in the social sciences, business, and applied technology.
The new building renovation represents the bright future of the University with its use of collaborative teaching and learning spaces and state-of-the-art resources that strengthen the liberal arts experience for generations of Tigers to come.
first major building completed as part of Trinity’s Centennial Program in 1964
serves more than 33% of Trinity faculty, more than 60% of students
of twenty-six buildings part of Trinity's National Historic District
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Building amenities are student-centered and create collaborative environments that reflect modern educational practices.
The fountain is a refreshing oasis and point of entry to the Chapman Center and also serves as an additional space for outdoor learning.
Chapman houses a 182-seat auditorium, perfect for lectures, seminars, and large workshops.
Chapman Center Lobby
The Chapman Center lobby is used for sign-in tables, receptions, and other related activities from events held in the Auditorium and throughout the building
Korbell Great Hall
The Korbell Great Hall is one of the most historically significant interior spaces on campus, and serves as a collaborative space for students, visitors, and events.
Hawthorne Commons (HCAD)
Trinity's graduate programs, such as HCAD, will have revamped spaces to continue their legacies of excellence.
Additional Building Highlights
- The Dr. Richard Burr and Dr. George Thompson Conference and Seminar Room
- Innovation and Social Science Labs
- Revamped patio space
- Better interior lighting and more spaces for collaboration