Trinity University - Master's Degree

Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas is one of the nation's top private liberal arts universities. With many talented undergraduate and graduate students, the University is known for its stimulating, resourceful, and collaborative environment - in the classroom, on campus, and around the world.

  • Average Tuition USD 49,832

School Description

Over the past 140 years, Trinity has occupied three different Texas settings: Tehuacana (1869-1902), Waxahachie (1902-1942), Woodlawn campus (1942- 1952) and San Antonio (1942-present). Few institutions of higher learning in the United States today can match Trinity's mobility or its ability to turn challenges into opportunities.

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  • Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 100


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    Established in 1869


    Like all universities, Trinity University has quite a few quirky traditions and myths. Some of these include a dunk in the Miller Fountian on your birthday, a supposed ghost wondering the halls after dark, a chocolate festival, and a lucky tiger's nose.

    The Location

    1 Trinity Pl, San Antonio, TX 78212, United States

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      • Testimony
        2000-2004, Bachelor of Science

        My time at Trinity was outstanding. Great people - both professors and peers. Great facility - just went back for my ten year reunion, took a walk around the campus and discovered the new science building is out of this world! Great city to spend four years of my life in. I made connections to last a lifetime.

      • Testimony
        1991-1994, BA

        Trinity was an oasis. The campus is a relaxing, quiet, natural atmosphere, but is only minutes from a vibrant downtown. I transferred in and found Trinity to be twice the school of my previous one. The faculty are fantastic, the studious atmosphere is perfectly balanced. There are plenty of opportunities for people who are outgoing and those who are not. I'd strongly encourage anyone to consider attending Trinity.

      • Testimony
        1980-1984, BA

        I loved the grounds at Trinity, the hills and the green spaces. I loved Nina Ekstein and Matt Stroud. I loved the small class sizes, being in the first class of Zeta Chi. I loved the feeling of independence and discovery. I loved my year abroad in France, being in a play or two, playing with my friends in the RTF department, the international student association. I met my best friends at Trinity, friends I have kept until today. We were so proud of the tennis team back in my days, and I took racquetball and karate, and geology and history, I learned so much. It made me a better citizen, a better mom, and an effervescent cocktail hour conversationalist. It is the Harvard of the South, I am told, and I am so happy I went to Trinity. Plus, San Antonio is a heck of a lot of fun.