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Reasons to attend and to not attend Trinity University
- “The one-on-one engagement with professors. They’re there to help you and they care.”
- “The opportunities for finding a new job, especially if you want to stay in Texas. A lot of employers know Trinity is a prestigious institution.”
- “Trinity has very small class sizes, so it’s easy to develop a connection with your professors. You can use those professors to help you find potential internship opportunities.”
- “If you’re a business student looking for a career in accounting, Trinity has the whole curriculum mapped out for you.”
- “It’s becoming well-known across Texas and the United States.” [See Trinity University News article, “Trinity Admissions More Competitive Than Ever.”]
- “The academic resources. They’re very committed to caring about you and making sure you succeed. They’ll email and follow up with you, even if you don’t ask for it.”
To Not Attend
- “Because Trinity is so small, it’s easy to get caught up in the small group of people you hang out with every day. If you’re not willing to put yourself out there and into the greater San Antonio community, Trinity won’t help and might keep you encapsulated in that bubble.”
- “If you’re a minority, there’s not that much representation on campus.” [The undergraduate population is about 56% White.]
- “Because of the small class sizes, there aren’t many professors on campus so it might be hard to register for certain classes you may want.” [There’s a 9:1student-faculty ratio.]
- “If you’re really into school spirit, you won’t find that here.”
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