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Storch is home to Trinity’s urban studies, political science, sociology and anthropology, and education departments, as well as the Tiger Card office.
Dedicated in June 1952, the George Storch Memorial Building was one of the first buildings constructed on Trinity’s new skyline campus. Constructed using the lift-slab method, it boasts an unimpeded view of the San Antonio skyline through a two-story-high wall of windows.
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For further assistance, please call the Trinity University Police Department at 210-999-7070.
Accessibility Information – Campus Map
Check out the accessibility section on Trinity's campus map for information about accessible parking and entrances. Use the way finding feature to see accessible paths across campus.
Planning a large event or activity? Contact Conferences and Special Programs for more information about event planning on Trinity’s campus.
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.
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.
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.