Isaiah Mitchell speaks with professor Ben Stevens over science fiction books in a lab

A Home for the Humanities

In Dicke Hall, Humanities departments will find dedicated homes with flexible instructional spaces.

In addition to offices, conference rooms, and shared spaces, Dicke Hall will have a lecture hall, screening room, a collaborative commons space, and six state-of-the-art classrooms with ample writing surfaces, moveable furniture, projection screens, and improved acoustics.

Humanities at Trinity


Janet S. Dicke ’68, Trinity Trustee, and James 'Jim' F. Dicke II '68, Trustee Emeritus

Janet and Jim Dicke's special legacy at Trinity began when they were both pursuing their undergraduate degrees. Learn more about their incredible legacy at our University.

The Dicke Legacy

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Dicke Hall, as part of the broader overall Chapman-Halsell Complex project, will be a defining presence for Trinity on Hildebrand Avenue, and a more visible connection to the San Antonio community.

Building Renderings

a rendering shows extensive green space outside the southeast side of Dicke Hall

Hear from the Trinity community as members express thanks, gratitude, and appreciation for the Dicke family, and meet the key donors that made Dicke Hall a reality.

Words of Gratitude