Oh, the places you'll go.

Not just figuratively speaking: Trinity's 125-acre collection of red-brick buildings is a calm oasis in the bustling heart of San Antonio. Home to the world's largest concentration of buildings designed by Texas architect O’Neil Ford, part of the Trinity campus has been designated a National Historic District by the National Parks Service.

Find a building and study, explore, play, relax, eat, sleep—or all of the above!

magic stones in front of csi

 

Create and Perform

Auditoriums, performance venues, theaters, galleries, and studios.

 

Relax or Play

Student spaces, gathering places, fitness facilities, and spots to unwind.

 

Work It

Helpful spaces, places, services, and facilities across campus.

 

Eat, Sleep, Repeat

Residence halls and community spaces

Witt Reception Center

First-Year Area

Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Area

Campus Apartments

Let's eat! On-campus dining options

Visit Trinity's campus dining website for a list of locations, hours, menus, and services available for:

  • Mabee Dining Hall
  • Coates Commons
  • Skyline Dining Room
  • Starbucks
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels
  • Steak 'N Shake
  • P.O.D. Express
  • P.O.D. Mini Mart

Helpful Numbers


Main University Number
  210-999-7011

Coates Student Information Center
 210-999-8525

24 Hour Emergency
  210-999-7000

24 Hour Non-Emergency
  210-999-7070

ITS Help Desk
  210-999-7409

Facilities Services - Service Center
  210-999-8413

Office of Alumni Relations
  210-999-8404

Directions to Campus


Visit Trinity’s directions and parking page for more information on getting to campus, or view our Campus Map.