From science and engineering laboratories to an extensive library collection to theaters, halls, and galleries, the Trinity community is encouraged to utilize a stunning range of academic facilities.
#17 in the Nation
Best Science Labs
- Princeton Review
Access to more than 1 million reading, research, and data resources in Coates Library
Campus is a living laboratory, listed on the National Register of Historic Places
As one of the largest private libraries in the Southwest, Coates Library is the best study space on campus. At the library, you’ll find friendly staff and knowledgeable library faculty, on-site coffee shop, writing center, up-to-date online resources and specialized databases, and yes—hundreds of thousands of books.
Center for the Sciences and Innovation
In the Center for the Sciences and Innovation (CSI), Trinity’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs offer students cutting-edge instrumentation in indoor and outdoor hands-on laboratories. Designed to be a home to productive collisions, CSI is a bustling hub of study and support across the disciplines.
Ruth Taylor Fine Arts Center
Ruth Taylor Fine Arts Center is home to Trinity’s art, music, and theater programs. Classrooms and spacious, hands-on studios offer spaces for in-depth study, while the Ruth Taylor Recital Hall and Stieren Theater give students the opportunity to exhibit or perform their work for the entire San Antonio community.
Richardson Communication Center
In the Richardson Communication Center, students have access to an interactive multimedia lab, two television stations with control rooms, and the students for KRTU-FM—not only the campus radio station, but also San Antonio's largest outlet for jazz music.
The Chapman Center is a historic campus treasure that houses several undergraduate and graduate departments as well as Chapman Auditorium and the Great Hall.
Bell Athletic Center
The Bell Athletic Center is the center of Trinity's athletic complex and houses two gymnasiums, a natatorium, a sports performance center, and more.
Storch Memorial Building
Once Trinity’s main library, Storch is home to several undergraduate departments, the Department of Education, and other offices.
The central administration building and home to two departments, Northrup Hall also houses the Offices of Admissions and Financial Aid.