Student Accessibility Services
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) serves students with disabilities by providing equal access to Trinity University in accordance with national law. In addition, SAS review academic and housing accommodation requests and provide support to the University’s testing center.
In the Writing Center, students are matched with trained peer tutors who offer advice on all levels of composition, from overall argument structure to syntax and punctuation.
Students seeking help with quantitative coursework requiring mathematics or statistics can find assistance from peer tutors in the Quantitative Reasoning and Skills Center.
Trinity University’s academic advisers are committed to a holistic and developmental advising model focused on your personal and academic curiosity, growth, and success. Together, you will explore course options and build your course schedules in preparation for registration.
Academic coaching is a personalized, one-on-one meeting with a trained academic coach who can help students improve skills and performance. Working with an academic coach can help with developing skills in time management, goal setting, and test preparation.
Tutors are available across disciplines, from the humanities and social sciences to business and STEM, and academic coaches can help improve study skills and academic performance.
Contact individual academic departments for more information on course- or discipline-specific tutoring.
Find Support on Campus
Tiger Learning Commons
Located in the heart of Trinity’s Coates Library, the Tiger Learning Commons (TLC) provides a centralized hub for academic coaching, tutoring, and student accessibility services.
Coates Student Center
A hub of campus life at Trinity, the Coates Student Center is home to the Dean of Students Office, the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success, Counseling and Wellness Services, the Diversity and Inclusion Office, and more.
... and don't forget to visit Trinity's Centers!
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center offers a holistic approach to help students with access to academic and personal success resources.
Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success
CELCS connects students to experiential learning opportunities and provides personalized career coaching and advising.
Center for International Engagement
The Center for International Engagement broadens Trinity's global involvement and impact beyond the borders of the campus.
Encouraging students to start strong, Trinity’s summer bridge programs prepare incoming first-year Tigers for academic success in their first semester and beyond.
Academic Success Program
Designed for first-year football students, student-athletes arrive more than a week before the beginning of Football Camp to prepare for their first semester at Trinity.
Summer Bridge FYE
Designed specifically to welcome those from first-generation and historically underrepresented populations, the Summer Bridge First Year Experience (FYE) facilitates the transition to Trinity and college-level coursework.
Summer Bridge Math
Through this online summer experience and two-week session before New Student Orientation, eligible students receive an intensive introduction to success in quantitative reasoning courses and college life in general.
The Honors Program provides an opportunity for students to show their capacity for thoughtful writing, thinking, and speaking through the completion of a senior honors thesis or artistic work. Application for admission to the Honors Program is done through individual departments or interdisciplinary programs.