Welcome to Trinity University! As a new employee, here are some steps to help prepare you for your first week at Trinity.
Moving to Trinity from out of town? These resources should help make the move go smoothly.
Parking permits can be purchased in Student Financial Services, located in Northrup Hall 108A. Remember to bring your valid drivers license, proof of insurance, and your license plate number.
View our campus map for available parking lots. The Parking Services division can be reached by calling 210-999-7001.
You will also get your Tiger Card ID which is located at Storch Memorial Building 005. A Tiger Card is the University identification card that grants access to University buildings.
For those who decide not to purchase a parking permit, parking is available at Alamo Stadium on Stadium Drive and on some side streets surrounding the University. Please note that the Alamo Stadium parking lot is occasionally closed for events at Alamo Stadium. The University encourages you to plan ahead accordingly.
Trinity sends out several monthly newsletters: Tower News - campus focused news and events, AlumNET - alumni focused news and events, The President's Campus Update, and Tiger Pride - athletics focused news and events. Additionally, there are individual newsletters that highlight specific featured events as well as previews/recaps of individual athletic team seasons. LeeRoy, Trinity's daily newsletter, highlights weekly news and events around campus.
TigerTalk is a general forum list service for any issue related to the faculty or staff at Trinity. TigerTalk is also the primary means of notifying the community of various representatives visiting the campus as well as the monthly birthday reception. Subscription is limited to faculty and staff only
Each month the Human Resources staff celebrates every employee who has a birthday for that month with a party. It's a great opportunity to meet with your fellow employees while eating treats and drinking some punch.
Laurie Auditorium features an amphitheatre design and wide stage. Laurie Auditorium hosts many University events, including commencement exercises, prominent lecturers, campus talent shows and dance celebrations, debates, as well as naturalization ceremonies. Laurie Auditorium has a capacity of 2,700 seats.
All University employees are able to utilize the William H. Bell Center facilities free of charge. The Bell Center features multiple basketball courts, a natatorium, racquetball courts, squash courts, dance studios, a cardio room, weight lifting room, in addition to athletic training facilities. Additionally employees are able to attend most home sporting events free of charge as well.
Should you have any questions or suggestions for additions to our Relocation Resources, please let us know! 210-999-7507 or humanresources [at] trinity.edu.