Division of Student Affairs
- Campus & Community Involvement
- Career Services
- Coates University Center
- Counseling Services
- Dean of Students
- Disability Services for Students
- Health Services
- Residential Life
- Campus Publications
- Community Service
- Dining Services
- Greek Life
- Leadership Development
- Mail Center
- Parents and Families
- Sexual Assault
- Student Conduct
- Student Recognition
Division of Student Affairs
Northrup Hall, Suite 118
One Trinity Place, #40
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
The position of vice president for faculty and student affairs reinforces Trinity University's commitment to viewing the student as a unified whole. It helps us make sure that our students' academic and co-curricular experiences reinforce one another. At Trinity, the student, the whole student, is at the center of what we do.
Michael Fischer, Ph.D.
Vice President for Faculty and Student Affairs
On behalf of the Division of Student Affairs at Trinity University, thank you for taking the time to learn about who we are, what we do, and our commitment to student success. It is our responsibility and privilege to provide critical resources, effective services, and innovative programs for our students.
Some initiatives that we think are unique to Trinity’s Student Affairs division are as follows,
Whether it is through student assistance during move-in day, a uniquely all student-run Conduct Board, the Trinitonian campus paper (published with no prior review), or the selection of the student commencement speaker – our philosophy is student-centered.
The division sponsors attendance at the annual San Antonio MLK March (the nation’s largest) and hosts a city-wide lecture the same week. In keeping with our Christian heritage, the University is a welcoming place to all, as demonstrated by the dedication of a Muslim prayer space in the Chapel, Women's History Month programming, and international cuisine in Mabee Dining Hall.
The division regularly sends electronic newsletters to students and parents, is heavily involved in social media (blogs, facebook, Twitter, YouTube), and hosts listservs for parents and the Greek community. Web pages on student conduct, alcohol, and sexual assault are designed to demonstrate transparency. Student Conduct Reports are issued each semester.
Midnight breakfasts, Dean’s Half Marathon challenge, Hallympics, Twilight senior dinner, Major Meals, Sophomore Leadership Initiative, Optimal Buzz, Making Connections, and REAL LIFE are just some of the programs that are uniquely Trinity.
Whether you are a student, parent, alumni or colleague, you will find useful and up-to-date information about the culture of student life, new divisional initiatives, and practical resources related to living and learning at Trinity on our Web site. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.