Welcome home.

Residential Life is proud to be a part of making Trinity your home away from home. With a three-year residency requirement, the University offers space and flexibility in on-campus housing.

Exterior view of Prassel Hall with San Antonio skyline in the background
  •  2023-24 Moving Dates

    August 18: First-year student and transfer student move-in

    August 18-20: Returning student move-in

    December 16 / noon: Residence halls close; City Vista closes to residents not returning in the spring

    December 17 / noon: Residence halls/City Vista close for fall graduating seniors

    January 7 / noon: Residence halls/City Vista reopen

    May 9 / noon: Residence halls/City Vista close for non-graduating students

    May 12 / noon: Residence halls/City Vista close for spring graduating seniors 

Loving that #BalconyView

You belong here. From student communities to staff advocates, you have resources to tailor your time in the Trinity residence halls to be an integral part of your living and learning experience.


Future Residents

Current Residents

What's great about living on campus?


Beautiful Buildings

From the first-year area to the City Vista apartments, residential buildings are spacious and cozy with outdoor access—and many have a view of the San Antonio skyline.

Housing Options


Student Resources

Being on-campus means quick access to vital student resources such as Health Services, Counseling Services, Spiritual Life, and the Wellness coordinator.

Student Success Center


Delicious Dining

From an all-you-care-to-eat cafeteria to Starbucks, satisfy your cravings—or grab a snack. Most residence halls also feature fully equipped kitchens perfect for creating meals with friends.

Dining at Trinity

Creating and Maintaining a Welcoming Community

Trinity's Residential Life policies and procedures reflect the University Standards of Conduct:

These policies are in place for the safety and wellbeing of all members of the Trinity community. Students who violate Residential Life policies are subject to judicial action.