About

Designed by O’Neil Ford and built in 1968, the Ewing Halsell Center testified to Trinity University’s dedication to providing students with state-of-the-art resources by housing the University’s first computer, an IBM 360 model 44.

Today, the renovated Halsell Center continues to serve students as a collaborative learning space in the heart of Trinity’s historical district. It is a place where faculty and students can use innovative, cross-disciplinary spaces, tools, and resources to answer questions and question answers.
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Fast Facts
  • One of 26 buildings part of Trinity's National Historic District
  • Last building that O’Neil Ford designed as part of Trinity’s Centennial Program
  • 41st building to be constructed on Trinity Hill
Hours of operation

Monday-Friday: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday: Noon - 10 p.m.

 

Inside The Venue


Classrooms and Spaces 

 

Newly renovated classroom in the Ewing Halsell building with 3 rows of modern desks and chairs.

Renovated Classrooms

New, state-of-the-art classrooms equipped with cutting-edge technology will give students ample space to collaborate with one another and their peers around the world.

Student sitting at a laptop with a couple books on a desk
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Research Labs

Each department will have its own multipurpose research space for students and faculty to think, read, write, and discuss, either one-on-one or in small groups.

Study room in Halsell Center

Study Spaces

Luminous commons areas and fully-equipped workrooms will provide spaces for students to study and collaborate within the Humanities departments.

 


Academic Departments 

 


Directions and Parking

Address: East Rosewood Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212

Location

Events and Booking Information

 

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.

 

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