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Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2011

The political science program was a very rigorous program however the interactions with the professors were amazing! With class sizes of 10-15 the professor really works with you and expects you to become as much of an expert on a topic as they are. Trinity is a liberal arts university and the workload is not light. Most of your time after class should be spent in the library studying in order to do well. Trinity has wonderful amenities however so when there is downtime you can enjoy great food, sports, social, fraternity, and community activities. Trinity is also located in San Antonio, a very vibrant and culturally diverse yet safe city. There are plenty of things to do on and off campus and with such a small student population you can feel quickly connected with peers as you have many of the same courses they do. Although Trinity is very expensive I appreciate the experiences and depth of learning I was able to participate in and I don't think I could have received the same type of experience anywhere else.

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Degree: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2009

My school is a small, private, liberal arts university. I had a wonderful time there and got close with many of my professors, as the class size was so small. I still keep in contact with the school through alumni events and most of my best friends were made there. San Antonio is such a wonderful city and constantly has fun events going on. Loved my experience at Trinity University!

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Degree: Healthcare Administration
Graduation Year: 2012

For Healthcare Administration, Trinity is one of the top programs in the nation, especially in Texas and surrounding states. In multiple instances, I was able to make connections with senior executives in a multitude of healthcare organizations. Trinity's programs is fantastic at pairing theory with practical application. On a weekly basis we would be discussing healthcare operations and trends with senior executives in the classroom or even at hospitals in the area. The professors are focused on students, not research. I was always able to walk-in any professors office and get some real candid advice on where I could improve. Not to mention the class size allows for you to develop lasting professional and social relationships. Trinity's HCAD program has been one of the best experiences of my life.

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Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2005

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I attended Trinity because it was the school that offered me the most in financial aid and scholarships. I had not planned to stay in-state, but decided it made more sense to do so (and it did, even more than I knew at the time, because of the economic crisis our country was on the verge of).

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