Trinity has a variety of academic support services to assist students, such as the library, the AT&T Center for Learning and Technology, the Writing Center, and peer tutor groups. Students should also meet with their professor when they have questions regarding a class since the professors will be the most knowledgeable about the material in their class and enjoy teaching students.
College 101 is a document created for students with disabilities which informs you of issues and topics you should consider when you meet with your faculty adviser to select courses.
Students with disabilities are eligible for a wide variety of scholarship opportunities. Please browse through the provided list to see them.
As a student with a disability at Trinity University, it is important to understand your rights and responsibilities, as well as those of the faculty and SAS.