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The campus culture is what makes this placeQuite BrightLanguage - French/Spanish/etc.
The campus culture is what makes this place truly special--the student body is friendly, intelligent, quirky, and accepting. There is always something going on on campus. Academically speaking, the coursework was very challenging and it always seemed like all of my heavy assignments in classes were due one after the other.You MUST keep up with assignments and study when you can if you want to do well. Many students follow the "work hard, play hard" motto here. If you are looking for a place with a strong sense of community that is going to challenge you and help you to grow in countless ways, Trinity is for you.
4th Year Female -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: B+
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Trinity University is highly overrated.BrightUndecided
Trinity University is highly overrated. They boast small class sizes and great faculty however a majority of my professors were very poor. Professors are not the greatest and I experienced zero growth as a student. I feel like a majority of professors are not effective at teaching material. Very overrated.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2017
Campus Aesthetics: A, Useful Schoolwork: F
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Academically: Science majors have a hard time andBrightEngineering Department
Academically: Science majors have a hard time and spend lots of hours in lab and studying. The professors are very good and helpful outside of class. Trinity has few ties to companies. It is not an actively recruited by any major science or engineering firms. Trinity does however have many ties to grad schools. If your looking to go to grad school, go to Trinity. If not, it makes it hard to justify attending here if you can't turn your degree into a job.

University Resources: Career center needs a complete overhaul. When I went in as a Sophomore to get help writing a resume, I was told, "We don't really do technical resumes" referring that the career center caters to business majors and if your major is anything technical you're out of luck. Greek life is hated unconditionally by the dean of students and president. They actively go out of their way to make this known. Social life on campus is very good. There are numerous clubs and activities to get involved with. And downtown San Antonio is close but expensive. There are numerous local places nearby. If people talk about the "Trinity Bubble" and Trinity Student never leaving campus, they and those students never tried very hard to get off campus and see the city. All and all I had a great experience at Trinity, but having every major company I apply to ask where is Trinity, that they've never heard of it, and want to know what a B.S. in Engineering Science is has been very disheartening.

4th Year Male -- Class 2013
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Individual Value: C
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