WEATHER ALERT: Remote/virtual learning and operations
University Extends Virtual Instruction/Remote Operations Through Mid-Day Wednesday
During any campus emergency, university community members and parents are asked to allow the Trinity University Crisis Management Team and University staff to focus on the situation. Please refrain from delaying the process of the quality and timeliness of the University's response. We will make every effort to ensure timely notification of the most current information is available.
24 hour Emergency
Crime Prevention Tip Line
The TrinALERT emergency text messaging service is one of the methods the University will use to communicate emergency information in a timely manner with students, faculty, and staff. If appropriate, global emails, campus telephone speakers, local media, and other communication tools will also be used. All cell phone numbers provided for the TrinALERT system will be strictly confidential and you may opt out of this service using TigerPAWS. Text messages will only be sent in the event of a campus emergency or for the occasional planned system test.
Step 1: Log into TigerPAWS
Step 2: Find the TrinALERT Emergency System link under the Registration menu - Employee Profile menu, or Faculty/Personal Profile tab.
Step 4: Click the Submit button to finish.
See Say mobile app is a powerful tool that allows users to call the police department or report a crime around campus.
Highlighted benefits to the See Say system:
Download See Say here:
Once downloaded simply enter your name and contact information then select Trinity University from the list of organizations.
Trinity University Police Department (TUPD) provides 24-hour police and security coverage for the University community 365 days a year.
The Crisis Management Team (CMT) is built using a foundation outlined in the National Incident Management System to ensure emergency preparedness.
Trinity University believes strongly in protecting the health, safety and welfare of its students, faculty and staff. To do so in emergencies requires quality procedures.