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President's Messages

Celebrating 75 Years in San Antonio

Seventy-five years ago, in September of 1942, Trinity University held its first classes in San Antonio. It was a bold decision to move here. The invitation to relocate from Waxahachie, Texas, came from the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. Accepting that invitation put the University on a path of dramatic transformation.

 

Welcoming the Class of 2021

The rush of move-in day as new students and their families arrive on campus creates an evocative start to the Trinity journey. Perhaps you have your own memories of this amazing welcome where teams of Trinity volunteers swarm families' cars to assist in unloading precious cargo.

The Experiential Learning Difference at Trinity

How are you spending your summer? Tackling some much delayed projects? Getting caught up on your reading list? Taking an extended vacation with family or friends? When I ask that question of Trinity students, many tell of the amazing experiential learning opportunities they're having this summer.

Value of a Residential, Liberal Arts University

Value of a Residential, Liberal Arts University

One of the many remarkable things about Trinity University is its strong sense of place. Arguably one of the most beautiful campuses in the Southwest, Trinity's distinctive red brick buildings – connected via spacious walkways and landscaped escarpment – provide the perfect setting for a transformational, residential liberal arts university.

Commencement 2017

We celebrated the accomplishments of the Class of 2017 this weekend by welcoming them into the vibrant and connected community of Trinity alumni. These new graduates join generations of confident alumni who use their Trinity education to explore the world, test ideas, and broaden horizons.

Trinity to Pursue National Historic District Designation

Trinity University celebrates 75 years in San Antonio this year. It was a bold decision to move here in 1942 at the invitation of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.

Trinity University Values Community Engagement

A culture of community engagement is a core value at Trinity University. Activities that deepen learning by connecting the classroom to the broader world are important components of our curriculum.

Trinity's Value in Today's World

The strength of Trinity's connections is an expression of value. We are a powerful network that connects our faculty, staff, students, and alumni to our city, our nation, and our world.

Exploring Diversity and Civility

Yesterday the Trinity community continued its tradition of honoring the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in the 30th annual San Antonio MLK Jr. March.

Traditions of the Season

As 2016 draws to a close, I wish you a joyous holiday season and peace in the New Year.

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