WELCOME TO TRINITY UNIVERSITY
Message from Esther Esparza
My name is Esther Esparza (she/her) and I am thrilled to be welcoming you to our Trinity community. I am the Assistant Director for Orientation Programs in the office of Student Involvement.
From Welcome Weekend to your first day of class, our orientation experience at Trinity is going to set you up for success both inside and outside of the classroom. You’ll get the opportunity to connect early with staff, professors, and your peers, and learn about all the campus resources on campus that are here to support you throughout your journey at Trinity.
At Trinity, you matter, and there are many people that can’t wait to go on this journey with you.
From all of us at Trinity, welcome to the family!
Esther Esparza (she/her)
210-999-8823 (direct office line)
What to Expect
Welcome Weekend is a three-day extended orientation for all new students to get acclimated to life as a Trinity Tiger. Students will get to move into their residence hall room, learn the expectations inside and outside of the classroom, how to be a responsible resident on campus, get to know their peers, and meet various campus resources and offices.
Moving into Your Residence Hall Room
The big day has arrived! You get to move into your residence hall room and meet your roommate! Follow the pages below for your move-in schedule on August 18, 2023 based on your assigned residence hall. Additionally, need help identifying what to bring to campus? The “What to Bring” webpage outlines the items that are already in your room, and the additional items you can bring.
This guide contains all of the important information that you need to know.
Information coming soon
Meet the Orientation Team
You will have a dedicated Orientation Team (O-Team) leader to guide you through your days on campus at Fall Welcome Weekend. They are here to welcome you to the Trinity community and to show you all resources including, but not limited to: getting involved on campus, getting internships or on-campus employment, how to start a new student organization, and the best places to study on campus.