• Building Closed to Campus Visitors

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Trinity University buildings and facilities are currently closed to the public. Buildings are locked 24/; TigerCards will allow access to the following building during the times:

    Monday-Friday
    7:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. (Faculty and Staff)
    8 a.m. - 8 p.m. (Students)

    Saturday-Sunday
    10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (Faculty and Staff)
    10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (Students)

About

Designed by O'Neil Ford, the Chapman Center provides cross-disciplinary collaboration bridges for undergraduate and graduate work in the humanities, social sciences, theory, and applied technology. 

Dedicated in 1964, the Chapman Graduate Center was the first major building completed as part of Trinity’s Centennial Program.

Fast Facts
  • One of twenty-six buildings apart of Trinity's National Historic District
  • Serves more than 33% of Trinity faculty, more than 60% of students, and 3 of Trinity’s 6 graduate programs
Hand holding a black and white photo of the Chapman building in front of the Chapman building.

 


Inside the Venue

Chapman Center, one of our upper-campus academic buildings, is an ideal venue for facilitating a program within one central location.

Features:

  • 13 smart classrooms
  • Theater style auditorium for 182 people
  • Banquet style hall for up to 150 people

Directions and Parking

Address: East Rosewood Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212

Location

Directions to the Chapman Center


Events and Booking Information


Upcoming Events

  • Trinity University events are going virtual!

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most University events will be in virtual format in accordance with health and safety guidelines.​​​​ This decision reflects the University’s desire to protect members of the Trinity community as well as guests and visitors, both on campus or at Trinity-sponsored events off campus.

      Events Calendar →

 

Booking Information


Tiger Faculty and Staff

Host an Event

Planning a large event or activity? Contact Conferences and Special Programs for more information about event planning on Trintiy’s campus.

Reserve a Space or Place

Make individual space or room reservations through T-Space at tspace.trinity.edu. You’ll need your Trinity network username and password, and an idea about the date, time, location, and size of your event.

Students: Reach out to a faculty or staff sponsor for more information on event planning and space reservations.

Community Members

Host an Event

Want to use a facility or space on Trinity’s campus for your next large event or activity? Contact Conferences and Special Programs for more information.

Reserve a Space or Place

Rooms, halls, and outdoor spaces can be reserved for events such as guest lectures, meetings, or other smaller activities. Contact Conferences and Special Programs for more information.