FEATURED STORIES / Winter 2023
The Whole Student
At Trinity University, Tigers are students, and they are also athletes, musicians, artists, activists, and more—they are young people forging bright futures. And throughout their whole college journey, Trinity provides them with the support resources they need in order to succeed—in whatever way they define success.
Hear from a Tiger
Ayanna Blake ’25 says connecting with Trinity’s counseling services and professors has helped her excel mentally, physically, and academically.
Bringing Learning to Life
Meet Tigers who brought learning to life this summer, and hear how this experience helped them discover new things about themselves and the world they will enter after graduation.
Connecting Across Cultures
Tigers learn outside of the classroom and outside of the country. Meet Tigers who found their place in the world through their summer study abroad experiences.
Choose Your Own Path
Trinity University offers more than 100 majors and minors plus several interdisciplinary and advising programs. Through critical thinking, curiosity, and interdisciplinary insight, students are challenged and supported in a community that encourages pathways to discovery.
In-person visits and virtual experiences give you the chance to engage with admissions counselors and ask questions of current students. Connect with Trinity—wherever you are in the world or in your college search process!
Trinity In Focus Saturday Open House Events
Prospective students and their families can tour campus, hear from current students about their experiences, and learn about admissions, financial aid, and scholarships.
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Jan. 27, 2024
- June 29, 2024
Ready to take the next step? Learn more about applications and deadlines, plus what you need to know about financial aid and more.
Resilient, creative, and enterprising, decades of Trinity Tigers comprise a community of lifelong learners driven by a sense of duty to themselves and to the world.
(and 97% of faculty hold terminal degrees)
of students pursue undergraduate research or internships
of students come from underrepresented backgrounds