We care about the health and wellness of you and your loved ones.
COVID-19 Relief Resources
There are several benefits and support programs available to Trinity faculty and staff during this crisis.
Health and Wellness
Trinity offers the choice of multiple coverage levels for medical, dental and vision plans, as well as Flexible Spending and Dependent Care reimbursement accounts, life insurance, disability and accident coverage.
Trinity invests in you. Learn about the ways Trinity offers life, long term disability, and auto/home/renters’ insurance and protection services benefits.
Retirement Savings and Contributions
Trinity provides comprehensive retirement programs to provide for your long-term financial security. The University will also make an employer contribution to your 403(b) retirement account.
Paid Time Off and Leave
Employees accrue generous monthly vacation and sick time. The number of hours is based on type of employment and years of service. The University also has annual holidays, which are approved paid-days off each year.
Compensation and Classification
Trinity University is committed to providing a fair and competitive staff compensation program that attracts and retains a highly qualified and diverse workforce.
We want you to have fun at work
TU Staff Engagement Council (TSEC)
Open part-time and full-time faculty positions at Trinity
TU Women's Club
The TUWC is composed of a group of compassionate individuals who are rooted in the values of service, friendship and scholarship
Support our campus felines. Cat Alliance | Trinity (CAT) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all-volunteer group of faculty, staff, students, and neighbors.
A Taste of Tradition
Trinity's food traditions—some weekly, some every semester—provide a break from the daily grind. Plus, who doesn’t like free food?
Trinity is an active member of the San Antonio community.
From world-renown speakers to theatre, athletics, and music performances to talent shows, the University is an active place to be.
Transparency in Coverage
Transparency in Coverage / Machine Readable File
The Transparency in Coverage final rule, released on October 29, 2020, requires health plans and issuers to publicly disclose pricing information via machine readable files (MRF). As a self-funded plan sponsor, Trinity University is responsible for complying with the regulations and Aetna is committed to working with TU to meet the MRF requirements of the Transparency in Coverage final rule. This file is a Machine Readable File and will not include plain text.