As tech support and system analyst for the Tiger Card Office, Trey maintains all aspects of the electronically controlled access on campus. He makes sure that all faculty, staff and students have the necessary access to their offices, labs and living areas. He is also the first point of contact for any issues, questions or problems regarding laundry and vending machine, printing on campus (Wepa Kiosks), Meal Plans, Tigerbucks, Value Transfer Stations and student room card swipe locks. The office likes to emphasize that "if your Tigercard touches it, we service it".
Trey began his career at Trinity University in 1997 working for the Trinity University Computing Center (now ITS) answering phones as a level one IT support for faculty, staff and students. He was involved in creating and maintaining some of the first computer labs on campus as well as migrating the campus to a Microsoft OS environment. Trey was hired as the Tech Support\System Analyst for the newly created Tiger Card Department in 2003. He has been directly involved in the construction of Northrup, Dicke Smith Art\Music, the Center for the Sciences and Innovation as well as numerous academic and dorm renovations.
He has also proudly represented Trinity University for many years by participating, supporting and performing as LeeRoy the Tiger in many San Antonio Fiesta Battle of Flower parades. He is also known to wear almost nothing but Trinity University paraphernalia when not at work.
Honors & Awards
Keys to the Residential Halls 2017-2018
Community service & Involvement
Helen Heare McKinley Classified Excellence Award Committee Member
Trinity University Staff Engagement Committee - President
Trinity University Staff Engagement Committee - Former Secretary