Trinity University

San Antonio, Texas

Team Name: Tigers

Address: One Trinity Place, San Antonio, TX 78212


Phone: 210-999-7011

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Undergraduate Enrollment2,582
Acceptance Rate34%
In-State Tuition$1,949
Out-of-State Tuition$1,949

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Trinity University

San Antonio, Texas

TRINITY UNIVERSITY is a private liberal arts and sciences institution in San Antonio where the blend of the liberal arts, sciences, business, and entrepreneurship makes for a 21st century education like no other, and where inclusivity, innovation, and excellence are at the core of every discovery.

Home to approximately 2,500 students, Trinity has more than 110 majors and minors, and offers five graduate programs. Trinity is committed to ensuring that all its degrees represent a liberal arts and sciences education where students think deeply and act meaningfully. Pathways, Trinity’s curriculum, inspires critical thinking, curiosity, and interdisciplinary insight inside the classroom and in life on campus. An oasis in the heart of the nation’s seventh largest city, Trinity is proud to be embedded in the culture and heritage of San Antonio.

Through experiential learning and community engagement, students answer questions and question answers. More than eighty percent of Trinity students participate in internships or undergraduate research, and more than fifty teams of student entrepreneurs have launched start-ups from campus. Tiger student-athletes compete on eighteen varsity sports teams with state-of-the-art facilities, and many students participate in club or intramural sports.

Trinity prepares students to lead lives of meaning and purpose. Students investing in a Trinity education have also invested in open doors, mentor relationships, and an expansive alumni network—all available from the moment they step on campus.



Acceptance Rate34%
Median composite SAT score1370
Median ACT score31%
Undergraduate Enrollment2,582
Students on Financial Aid95%


In-State Tuition$1,949
Out-of-State Tuition$1,949
Room and Board$7,001+


African American Students4%
Asian American Students7.7%
Hispanic Students21.9%
International Students4%
Male/Female Ratio47/53


Greek SystemYes
Freshman Living on Campus99%
Freshmen Who Return92%
Student/Teacher Ratio9:1
Full-Time Faculty258


Graduation in Four Years73%
Graduation Overall80%
Alumni Who Give $ to School16%