See Yourself Here—Virtually.
Trinity's campus is known for its stimulating, resourceful, and collaborative environment—in the classroom, on campus, and around the world. If we can’t be together in person, a virtual visit is the next best way to get to know Trinity. Join us on a virtual campus tour, and explore Trinity's campus any time from wherever you are.
Take our virtual campus tour, and check out the places students say are their favorite spots to meet, play, study, hang out, run, celebrate, think, or gaze at our amazing panoramic views.
360º Campus Tour
Join student tour guides Logan Felton '20 and Enrique Alcoreza '20 for an immersive 360º video tour of Trinity's campus.
ASK AND ANSWER QUESTIONS
Connect with Trinity—wherever you are in the world or in your college search process! Our in-person visits and virtual sessions give you the chance to engage with admissions counselors and ask questions of current students.
In-Person Campus Visits
Tour campus and discover more about Trinity University by hearing directly from current Trinity students.
On-campus visits typically will be offered Monday through Thursday in the morning and afternoon, and Friday and Saturday mornings. Tours will be predominately outdoors due to University safety protocols for visitors.
Virtual Trinity In Focus
Learn what makes Trinity's educational experience distinctive.
Explore campus, engage with current students, discover more about our academic experience, and learn more about admissions, financial aid, and scholarships.
Saturday, July 17, 2021
We invite you to meet one-on-one, virtually, with a Trinity University admissions representative.
Admissions interviews provide you with the opportunity to distinguish yourself in Trinity's competitive applicant pool and learn more about the admissions and scholarship process. These conversations also provide prospective Trinity Tigers with a wonderful opportunity to gain further insight into the many academic and co-curricular options available to Trinity students.
Live Virtual Campus Visits
All prospective students and family members are invited to visit Trinity virtually for an information session and campus tour on most Monday and Thursday afternoons.
Hosted by an admissions counselor and current students, these sessions provide an opportunity to discover the same information you would hear when visiting Trinity.
Learning TUesdays - A College Search Webinar Series
Join us for Learning TUesdays at 4 p.m. (CDT) every Tuesday June 1 through July 27 for a summer-long webinar series tackling some of the most frequently asked questions from students and parents about the college search process. Tune in, ask questions in real-time, and let’s learn together!
Check out descriptions of each webinar and register at the button below.
If you are unable to attend our live webinars, each week's session will be posted on our YouTube channel, which also features webinar recordings from our 2020 series.
Pre-Recorded Info Sessions
If you can’t make it to a live session, visit Trinity virtually by watching these pre-recorded sessions:
Trinity Academic and Campus Life Distinctions
Learn about academics, resources, and experiential learning (internships, research, study abroad) at Trinity, plus hear about San Antonio, campus life, and outcomes.
Admissions and Financial Aid
Hear from Justin Doty, Dean of Admissions, about application requirements, deadlines, and decision plans, plus the cost of attendance and affordability, including scholarships and financial aid.
HEAR FROM CURRENT STUDENTS
Meet Our Tigers
In addition to exploring our beautiful campus, one of the best ways to determine if Trinity is the right school for you is to hear from bright, energetic, and engaged students and passionate faculty.
The Trinity Perspective
Get the inside scoop from the Trinity community on campus life, student involvement, academics, athletics, study abroad, and more.
CULTURE AND COMMUNITY
San Antonio: A City on the Rise
San Antonio is one of the fastest-growing cities in America with economic demand in medical, biomedical and biotechnology, tourism, technology, and military sectors. Its close proximity to Mexico makes it a cultural hub of engagement with the Latin American world.
Lodging, Events, Recreation, Dining, and More