Resources for Academic Success

Resources for student academic success abound at Trinity University. Be sure to check out Academic Support’s tips and tricks for success, special study spaces, programs, and workshops to really benefit from all that Trinity has to offer to help you succeed.


Tips and Tricks for Success

Learn to thrive at Trinity by building skills and habits in these three broad categories.

Study in the TLC

The Tiger Learning Commons (TLC) is the perfect place to study. In addition to housing academic coaching, tutoring, and student accessibility services, it features several study spaces tailored to facilitate both group and individual learning.

Tiger Learning Commons


Summer Transition Programs

Taking place over the summer before the start of participants' first semester, the summer transition programs prepare select incoming first-year students to flourish at Trinity.


Skyline Scholars Program

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.

Skyline Scholars Program


Quantitative Buildup for Incoming Tigers (QBIT)

QBIT is an online summer program that provides a small cohort of incoming Trinity students with the special opportunity to prepare for mathematical work at Trinity before arriving on campus in the fall.




Academic Success Program (ASP)

The Academic Success Program is required for all first-year Football students and includes sessions and workshops designed to introduce students to Trinity’s support resources and to help ease the transition to college life before Football Camp begins. The program includes a mini-course: Introduction to College Writing. More information about the program will be provided to participants by the coaching staff and Academic Support.



Academic Support offers workshops at the beginning of each semester and throughout the year upon request. Faculty members, student organizations, and other campus groups can request either one of the standard workshops or a customized one to help facilitate the academic success of their students and/or members.

In lieu of providing a schedule of open workshops throughout the semester, we encourage students seeking individual support to sign up for individualized Academic Coaching so that our support can be tailored to you right when you need it.

Request a Workshop


Do you have a conference or personal conflict coming up and need someone to teach your class? Don’t cancel that class!

Please consider letting a professional Trinity staff member (from Academic Support and beyond) use that time to share useful strategies for improving study and self-care skills. We will be happy to come to your classroom and give a presentation of your choice from a variety of academic success and wellness topics.

Please email to schedule. At least two weeks' notice is preferred.

Student Organizations and Groups

We would love to plan a workshop for your group at your convenience. You can choose from the list of standard workshops and/or request a customized option that suits the needs of your group.

Please email to schedule. At least two weeks' notice is preferred.