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!
Study and Explore
Academic departments, research facilities, study spaces, and more.
- Academic Advising Office
- Coates Library (EHCL)
- Center for the Sciences and Innovation (CSI)
- Marrs McLean Hall (MMH)
- Chapman-Halsell-Dicke Complex
- Chapman Center (CGC)
- Halsell Center (HAS)
- Dicke Hall (DH)
- Storch Memorial Building (SML)
- Northrup Hall (NH)
- Richardson Communications Center (RCC)
- Tiger Learning Commons
Create and Perform
Auditoriums, performance venues, theaters, galleries, and studios.
- Laurie Auditorium (LA)
- Ruth Taylor Fine Arts Center (RTT)
- Stieren Theater
- Dicke Art Building (DSB)
- Smith Music Building (DSB)
Relax or Play
Student spaces, gathering places, fitness facilities, and spots to unwind.
- Coates Student Center (CSC)
- Parker Chapel (MPC)
- Bell Athletic Center (WBC)
Helpful spaces, places, services, and facilities across campus.
- Holt Conference Center (HOLT)
- Stadium Drive (Alumni Relations and Development)
- King's Court (TUPD)
- East King's Highway (ITS)
- Physical Plant and Purchasing (FS)
Eat, Sleep, Repeat
Residence halls and community spaces
Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Area
- McFarlin Complex
- North Hall
- South Hall
- Thomas Hall
- Lightner Hall
- Prassel Hall
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
- Market at CSI
- Einstein Bros. Bagels
- Taste of San Antonio
- Legends Burger Co.
- BKFST & Co.
Directions to Campus
Visit Trinity’s directions and parking page for more information on getting to campus, or view our Campus Map.