COVID-19: A collection of community voices
LIGHT A SPARK
Live, Learn, Explore
Life is exciting and memorable as a student at Trinity University. The friendships you make will last a lifetime, the discoveries you make in classes will ignite your passions, and the connections you make through student organizations will broaden your worldview.
student organizations and culture clubs
students participate in fraternity and sorority life
student-athletes compete in varsity athletics
co-curricular opportunities across academic disciplines
PICK YOUR PASSION
200+ Ways to Get Involved
Build Your Own Experience
More than 115 student organizations and culture clubs await Tigers who are passionate about a topic or want to explore something new. Don’t miss out on events or gatherings nearly every night of the week.
Lead and Learn
The Trinity student body is represented by elected senators who give direction and voice to student concerns. Other students serve as leaders through ambassadorships, fellowships, and other roles.
Drop the bass—or the bass clef! At Trinity, instrumental and choral ensembles are open for audition to any student, regardless of major.
To be, or not to be in theater at Trinity? Auditions for productions, as well as participation in scene and design workshops, are open to any student, regardless of major.
Paint, draw, sculpt, or photograph your way through Trinity art studios—classes are open to students of any major. Senior art students exhibit their work in the Neidorff Art Gallery.
Not just for comm majors! Tell Trinity’s story through student-run and campus media outlets: Tiger TV, KRTU, the Trinitonian, and the Mirage.
Athletics and Fitness
220 days of sunshine? Check! 18 varsity sports? Check! State-of-the-art facilities? Check!
Through sport, recreation, and fitness initiatives, Trinity Tigers are active across campus.
Keeping campus safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, all Tigers commit to safe behaviors, including physical distancing and wearing face coverings.
A Place for Tigers of All Stripes
Trinity strives to be a diverse and inclusive community where students can engage in difficult dialogues, explore other cultures, and find common bonds. We want campus to feel like a home—a place where students can truly express themselves and feel supported.
Impact Your Community Through Service
Feel inspired and motivated to have a positive impact on the community and the world around you. Through service initiatives, we support and challenge students in their development as individuals and as responsible global citizens.
Volunteering in Action
Get involved by serving others through TUVAC—the Trinity University Volunteer Action Community.
Combine academic exploration with community service through service-learning projects.
HOPE Hall is a residential living-learning community for students who pledge to volunteer in the San Antonio community.
Explore your spirituality
At Trinity University, we are committed to the education of the mind, body, and spirit. The life of faith is too important to simply echo received beliefs. We hope to nurture a discipline of reflection that will lead to integrity between the faith that we speak and the lives that we lead.
- Catholic Student Group
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Hindu Student Union
- InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
- Jewish Students Association
- Muslim Student Association
- RUF (Reformed University Fellowship)
- Sikh Student Association
- United Methodist Student Movement
- YoungLife College
GET CONNECTED AND GET INVOLVED
Student Involvement Support
Across campus, staff and faculty support student involvement initiatives. Get to know us, then learn how we can help you explore and experience the Trinity you want to create!
Get connected with dozens of student involvement opportunities through clubs and organizations.
The Dean of Students Office serves students as they manage academic, personal, social, and emotional issues and concerns.
The Student Life Division comprises support resources for curricular, co-curricular, health and wellness, and spiritual exploration.
Life on Campus
The DIO provides programs and services that enhance student journeys for historically marginalized populations.
Life on campus is enhanced by living on campus, and Residential Life supports all campus residents in res halls and City Vista.
From varsity sports to weekend racquetball, the Athletics department serves all students interested in sport and outdoor activities.
Academics and Co-Curricular
The SSC provides academic support, advising, and tutoring in addition to counseling, health, and wellness services.
CIE fosters sharing international ideas by broadening our global involvement and impact.
CELCS is a one-stop shop to help you prepare for life after Trinity, starting from the first day on campus.