— of collaboration, of discovery, and of innovation— has grown for six decades.
Connected by more than just shaded walkways and bridges—but by a spirit of collaboration and discovery—you can think of this set of structures as Trinity’s academic backbone.
The Chapman Graduate Center opened in fall 1964 as one of the first major buildings of Trinity's Centennial Program.
Began serving more undergraduate classes and departments under then-University President Ronald Calgaard.
A modern era
Departments such as History, Philosophy and Business have called the space home, while countless other programs and courses have been offered there.