First-Year Residence Halls
Comprised of six buildings on the east side of campus, halls are clustered together so all first-year Tigers can experience a vibrant, supportive community.
Living-Learning Communities bring Tigers with a shared interest together and create opportunities for academic engagement outside the classroom.
Upperclassmen Residence Halls
Upperclassmen Residence Halls are comprised of junior and senior students along with the HOPE Hall and Swashbuckler communities.
FOR EVERY TUMMY AND TASTE
Trinity University Dining Services offers a wide variety of options for students dining on-campus. Popular national brands such as Einstein Bros. Bagels and Starbucks complement an all-you-care-to-eat dining experience at Mabee Dining Hall.
Mabee Dining Hall
Located in the first-year area, Mabee features breakfast, lunch, and dinner with choices of international entrees, made-to-order meals, grill, deli, vegan/vegetarian and much more!
Home to Einstein Bros. Bagels, Freshii, Sandwich Shack, and Revolve, the Coates Commons is an option between classes or on the go.
Located on the second level of the Coates Student Center, the Skyline Dining Room is a perfect lunch getaway with views of downtown.
The campus "Corner Store" for groceries, convenience needs, snacks, fresh produce, and prepared meals also houses a Steak N Shake.
Take a study break at Starbucks—located at the entrance of Coates Library—with a comfortable atmosphere and a full range of coffees, light snacks, and desserts.
FOOD, FRIENDS, FUN
The Taste of Tradition
Trinity's food traditions—some weekly, some every semester—provide a break from the daily grind. Plus, who doesn’t like free food?
The Division of Student Affairs hosts Nacho Hour in the Coates Student Center lobby on most Wednesdays at 3:33 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters.
Milk 'n Cookies
Student Involvement hosts Milk 'n Cookies in the Student Involvement Office most Thursdays at 3:33 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters.
Love chocolate? This is the event for you! Around Valentine's Day, Student Programming Board hosts Chocolate Fest where student orgs compete for the title of best chocolate dish!
Taste of Diversity
Try foods and drinks from different cultures at events throughout the year like Mabuhay, Lunar New Year Festival, and Viva Las Americas sponsored by diverse student organizations.
The annual cook-off is hosted by Chi Beta Epsilon sorority and Bengal Lancers fraternity with proceeds going to local nonprofits.
Christmas on Oakmont
Don't miss the annual candlelight Christmas Vespers service in Parker Chapel, followed by holiday cheer in the open houses on Oakmont.
Take a 'Paws' Off-Campus
If you're headed off campus, check out places that accept Tiger Bucks. And check out local cuisine by exploring favorite restaurants around Trinity.