CULTURE, CREATIVITY, CURIOSITY

What makes us Tigers?

Trinity is a place where ideas, passions, and questions can be fully explored. With big-school resources in a small-school environment, the Trinity community is made of people who become mentors and friends.


 

100,000+

hours of community service given back annually

 

3

miles to downtown San Antonio

 

70+%

of Tigers play varsity, intramural, or club sports

 

Nachos

Yep. Wednesdays. 3:33 p.m.

INTENTIONAL INCLUSION

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.

Diversity and Inclusion

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.

Get to Know TUVAC

 

Service Learning

Combine academic exploration with community service through service-learning projects.

Learn through Service

 

HOPE Hall

HOPE Hall is a residential living-learning community for students who pledge to volunteer in the San Antonio community.

Find HOPE

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.

Faith Fellowships

  • 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
headshot of Alexander Serna Wallender
Alex Serna-Wallender '08, M'09 leads Spiritual Life at Trinity

Meet Chaplain Alex

Chapel | Spiritual Life

Student Organizations


The purposes and activities of student organizations at Trinity University are to reflect and complement the institution's academic mission and its intent is to encourage each student's personal development and achievement.

View Student Orgs

Students gather at the annual chocolate fest

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity and Sorority Life at Trinity University serves as a home-away-from-home for about 24 percent of the undergraduate student population.

Unlike many institutions, Trinity's sororities and fraternities do not accept new members until the spring semester. Additionally, formal recruitment does not start until mid-September. We want our students to acclimate themselves to Trinity's academic environment before taking on the responsibilities of membership.

Fraternity and Sorority Life