Here's what our current students are up to...
Embracing an international education, Trinity students have seven faculty-led summer study abroad programs to choose from in summer 2017. Programs span the globe, exposing students to countries as varied as Costa Rica, China, Germany, Japan, Spain, and Taiwan. Students earn Trinity academic course credit for all programs.
Our incoming class just received their Tiger Box (something to look forward to for future Tigers)
A Tigerbox is a magical box of swag that incoming first-years receive before they start in the fall.
Our current students!
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Our current students know how to find their jazz.
Just because classes are finished for the semester, doesn’t mean the music stops. Students are able to gain internship experience working for San Antonio's Jazz station. For 40 years, KRTU has been helping people find their jazz.
The Class of 2021 reads this over the summer...but all our Tigers can join in the fun
Trinity University is proud to announce the 2017 Reading TUgether selection - Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond. Each year, the University community shares a joint reading experience through the Reading TUgether program, where students, staff, and faculty are all encouraged to read a single book. Grounded in years of embedded fieldwork and data, Evicted is a sociological study that reads like a novel.
Trinity alumni - more than 29,000 cover the globe and are part of the Trinity network.
Trinity alumni! Being a Tiger means being part of an elite network.
Current students can become CEOs
The interdisciplinary minor in entrepreneurship is designed to cultivate, coordinate, and integrate Trinity’s diverse resources for the development and application of creative entrepreneurial behavior and achievement. The minor builds on the overlap of three clusters of programs including art and humanities, science and engineering, and business and social sciences.
Current students are changing the world!
Under the umbrella of experiential learning, students are actively engaging with their academic and extracurricular interests, and taking time to reflect on these experiences to continue getting the most value out of these opportunities. Students have researched everything from Alzheimer’s Disease to the forgotten San Antonio Federal Orchestra. In our school of business, one student spent his summer interning for Sweb Development, a local San Antonio office, and reflecting on the interpersonal dynamics he observed there.
The Class of 2021 arrives on campus in August.
We are excited to welcome our newest Tigers #TigerPride
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