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Wellness Programs at Trinity

Trinity Students eating food on the Coates Esplanade


  • Eating on Campus? Be sure to check out Aramark's Campus Dish for daily menu’s and nutritional information, as well as the Feed Your Potential 365 program!
  • We also now offer the Por Vida program from the city of San Antonio! It helps you navigate campus menu's to make healthy choices. 
  • Looking for a comprehensive meal planning, food shopping, and nutrition consultation? Contact khewitt [at] directly to schedule an appointment with our preferred Registered Dietician. Please allow 2-3 weeks notice for your request to be created, reviewed, and processed. Your initial appointment is complimentary.

Students on treadmills and elliptical equipment in the Bell Center.

Physical Activity

  • Attention runners of all ability levels! A great way to meet people and stay fit is to join the Trinity Half Marathon Challenge
  • TU Fit: The Health Club, founded in 2013, is a student run group whose mission is to make health programs and information more accessible for students on campus, including free fitness and meditation classes.
  • To find out more about the Trinity fitness facilities, intramural, and club sports visit the Bell Center Webpage. 
  • Trinity also offers discounted membership rates at the DR Semmes YMCA close to campus. 
  • Trinity also has a Swell-Cycle docking station on campus! Great form of exercise and fun way to explore the sights in San Antonio! The stations accept Tiger Bucks! 

Substance Use or Misuse

Sexual Health

  • Every Fall Semester check out Sex Week at Trinity! Along with several universities in the country, Sex Week at Trinity offers comprehenisive, modern, and fun sexual health education for students.
  • Check out our "Ask the Sexperts" Column and Resource Guide from Sex Week 2018. 
  • Check out our Sexual Health Q&A column  "Sex Marks the Spot" from Sex Week 2017 in the Trinitonian. 

Mascot Leeroy the Tiger with a miniature horse.

Mental Health 

  • Several student organizations participate in Mental Health Awareness Week every Spring. Interested in participating? Email khewitt [at]
  • Trinity has several Licensed Counselors available in Counseling Services to assist you.


  • refresh_Sleep is a 7 week email program aimed to help students increase quantity, as well as improve quality of sleep. Offered several times a semester. 
  • For more resources on sleep click here.