Visit Trinity University
There’s no better way to imagine yourself here than to actually walk around our beautiful campus. You are invited to attend exclusive events for admitted students and their families during the spring.
Tiger Friday preview days
The best way to get in-depth information about Trinity–chat with faculty and students about possible majors and student life, tour campus, experience Nacho Hour, and more! View Sample Schedule
Admitted Student Daily Visits
Get the information you need on a day that works for you. Tour campus and meet with an admissions counselor for a “Tiger Talk” on most weekdays and select Saturdays.
Class visits and lunches with current students are also offered most weekdays starting February 1.
Your Enrollment Guide
Learn more about the day-to-day happenings on campus. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter, and like us on Facebook.
Clubs and Orgs
Get a head start mapping out which clubs and organizations you’ll get involved with. There’s something for every interest and passion.
Learn About #BalcLife
Add us on Instagram and get a good feel for campus life at Trinity. With over 100 clubs and organizations, there's always something going on. Follow the Trinity Admissions account for admissions updates and more information about becoming a Tiger. Plus, connect with fellow admitted Tigers through the Class of 2028 Instagram page, and submit your banner photos and bios to be featured!
See Life at Trinity
Get a behind-the-scenes look at student events and learn about campus organizations through our #TigerTakeover series on YouTube.
Like Trinity on Facebook
Like us on Facebook and stay up-to-date with campus news, see what our current students and alumni are up to, and tune in to live events throughout the year.
KICK START YOUR TRINITY EXPERIENCE
Summer Transition Programs
Empowering students to start strong, Trinity University’s three summer transition programs prepare select incoming first-year Tigers for academic success in their first semester and beyond.
Eligible students will receive an email invitation to participate in these programs.
The Skyline Scholars Program is an invitation-based opportunity for selected students to move to campus two weeks early, begin their First-Year Experience (FYE) course, make friends, participate in workshops, and get to know Trinity.
Quantitative Buildup for Incoming Tigers (QBIT)
QBIT is an online program that provides a small cohort of incoming students with the special opportunity to prepare for mathematical work at Trinity before arriving on campus.
Academic Success Program
The Academic Success Program introduces first-year football students to Trinity’s support resources and helps ease the transition to college life before Football Camp begins.