San Antonio, one of the fastest-growing cities in America, has a booming economy thanks to a demand for medical, biomedical and biotechnology, energy, manufacturing, tourism, technology, and military sectors. And, our close proximity to Mexico adds both to our economy and engagement with the world.
Heart of the City
Trinity’s campus is a stone’s throw from the heart of downtown San Antonio, which allows the Trinity community to experience everything from First Friday Artwalks to Fiesta celebrations to farmer’s markets at the Pearl.
A Big Small Town
San Antonio is often referred to as having a small-town feel, even though it is the seventh-largest city in America. While we may not know all 1.5 million residents, it doesn’t stop us from feeling like everyone is a friend.
A Community of Tigers
For decades, Trinity graduates have stayed in the Alamo City to lead, teach, and innovate. Tigers have served as mayors, city managers, and city council members. They have led research projects in urban studies, biotechnology, and sport analytics. They are a part of the Trinity Network that is more than 7,000 strong in the nation's 7th largest city.
Trinity graduate and San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg believes in the future of the Alamo City.
$5 million grant launches dynamic education initiative for San Antonio area schools.
"Trinity's MAS and Entrepreneurship programs have been so much more than I expected: I got to help companies in Madrid, Spain, see commercial potential in San Antonio, Texas."
- Antonio Pedraza III '20
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