YOUR HOME ON CAMPUS

Communities for All

Students at Trinity are housed by academic year in the First-Year Area, Sophomore College, or the Upper‑Division Area, which includes the City Vista apartment complex. 

 Explore Trinity's Housing Options

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IN THIS TOGETHER

First-Year Area

The First-year Area consists of six buildings on the east side of campus.

First-Year Area

Students hanging out on a balcony in Trinity’s residence halls

SHARED EXPERIENCES

Sophomore College

The Sophomore College consists of three buildings that support students through the second year.

Sophomore College 

Decorated kitchen area in a City Vista apartment

LIVING AND LEARNING

Upper-Division Options

Juniors and seniors have multiple living options, including apartment living.

Upper-Division

Three Year Residency Requirement

Because being a residential campus is central to the mission of Trinity University, all unmarried undergraduate students are required to live on campus for three years (six fall and spring semesters). Students who study abroad, transfer to Trinity, or those who stop attending the University and then re-enroll may qualify for certain exceptions.