Living Communities

Who lives here: First-years, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors

Some of Trinity’s residence hall floors are themed, creating a tight community of students who share common interests. From academic interests to community service, find a living-learning community that jives with your mission or goals.

What Students Love:

 Living with others who share a common interest


 Living with students from various class years

7 members of the Swashbucklers hall wear pirate hats at a leadership awards ceremony

Swashbucklers

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

Swashbuckler Hall is the only designated substance-free residence hall for sophomores and up. Swashbucklers are a tight-knit, pirate-themed living community with frequent social events.

HOPE Hall volunteers feed the homeless

HOPE Hall

First-Year Area + Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

Students develop a special sense of community with their classmates through service learning and volunteering in San Antonio.

Group of students roasting marshmallows in an open pit

Substance-Free Living

First-Year Area

A substance-free housing option for those students who know in advance that they do not want potential substance issues between them and their roommates. 

E-Hall students collaborate at desk in dorm room

Entrepreneurial Hall (E-Hall)

First-Year Area

Students can explore entrepreneurship through real-world application. Apply to live in E-Hall.

Trinity community food forest sign on campus in front of the student community garden

Sustainability Hall

First-Year Area + Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

Students work together to explore what it means to explore what it means to live sustainably.

Jenny Brown teaching her English class outside

HUMA Hall

First-Year Area

This hall is an optional living-learning community for students enrolled in the HUMA First-Year Experience (FYE) Course.

Group of six students representing the LGBTQ community

Gender-Inclusive Hall

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

The Gender-Inclusive Hall welcomes students of all gender identities and expressions. Students in this hall may live in a room regardless of the assigned sex, gender identity, or gender expression of themselves or their roommate. This hall is likely to be of particular interest to gender-diverse and/or LGBTQ+ students who wish to live in a community of supportive and affirming peers.