Experience Exchange, Experience Trinity

Exchange students usually study at Trinity for a semester or a year from our Exchange Partner Universities. The International Student and Scholar Services Office (ISSS) works with other campus departments to provide incoming exchange students with a smooth and fruitful experience at Trinity University.

Interested in studying abroad?

Current Trinity students—domestic and international—considering an exchange in a country other than the United States should visit the Study Abroad office for more information.

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Students in exchange programs first go through the international student admission process.

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Upon meeting all Trinity requirements, prospective exchange students receive an official letter of admission from Trinity University. In addition, the ISSS provides information and referrals related to:

  • Obtaining an initial I-20 for a visa application
  • Required orientation
  • Next steps regarding the visa process, on-campus housing, health insurance and requirements, and connecting with an academic adviser

All incoming international exchange students are required to live in on-campus Trinity University housing.


Academics and Campus Life

Exchange students participate in all aspects of academic and campus life, including choosing a course schedule and participating in academic department activities.

These resources can help you understand more about Trinity’s academic departments, programs, and schedules:

In addition, the East Asian Studies at Trinity (EAST) and the Mexico, the Americans and Spain programs provide special programming and events for exchange students.