School of Arts and Humanities

Trinity’s School of Arts and Humanities merges history, culture, and innovation. Combining research and experiential learning with an interdisciplinary perspective, the School creates curious, critical thinkers and innovators who apply themselves beyond the classroom.

Meet the Dean: Rubén Dupertuis, Ph.D.

School of Social Sciences and Civic Engagement

The University’s School of Social Science and Civic Engagement emphasizes community and connections. In this School, students and faculty investigate social organization and cultural knowledge through interdisciplinary courses. Departments within this School are grounded in a balanced blend of liberal arts and applied professional programs, where faculty engage and prepare students for meaningful lives of leadership and service around the world.

Meet the Dean: Nels Christiansen Ph.D.

D. R. Semmes School of Science

Trinity’s D. R. Semmes School of Science keeps science on display. This School offers nationally recognized, cutting-edge experiential learning and undergraduate research opportunities presented through a liberal arts lens that allows for interdisciplinary exploration, rigor, and growth.

Meet the Dean: David Ribble, Ph.D.

Neidorff School of Business

The Neidorff School of Business at Trinity University provides business education distinctively grounded in the liberal arts, where academically and professionally qualified faculty engage and prepare students for meaningful lives of leadership and service in the global marketplace. All of the School's programs are accredited by AACSB - the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. 

Meet the Dean: Robert Scherer, Ph.D.

Coates Library

The Elizabeth Huth Coates Library supports students, faculty, and staff in their varied academic pursuits around campus—and Dean Harris is at the helm as the library continues to grow in popularity.

Meet the Dean: Benjamin Harris M.L.I.S.

Special Interest Programs

With a wide range of interdisciplinary programs and special opportunities, all are designed to provide real world experiences, increase international exposure and understanding, and instill the values required for global citizenship and making a difference.




Courses of Study Bulletin

Degree requirements, academic policies, and academic majors and minors at Trinity University. →


Pathways Curriculum

Curricular requirements and optional elements for undergraduate students.

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Academic Support

Programs and services to enhance student learning and personal and academic development.

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