At Trinity University, students are challenged and supported in a community that encourages pathways to discovery. Inspiring critical thinking, curiosity, and interdisciplinary insight, the University is committed to ensuring that all Trinity undergraduate degrees represent a liberal arts and sciences education.
Pathways has six curricular requirements that provide a foundation in the liberal arts and sciences for all bachelor's degrees awarded by Trinity University.
Three optional curricular elements can further enrich a Trinity education.
Students are especially encouraged to include the experiential learning element in their curricula.
A current list of courses approved to fulfill Pathways requirements can be found here https://inside.trinity.edu/academics/class-schedules
Trinity students are trusted and expected to be honest in their academic work. Trinity's student-initiated Academic Honor Code is a respected campus tradition that maintains the integrity of academic work. All first-year students sign a pledge to the Honor Code during Welcome Week as a symbol of their commitment to academic integrity.
The Student Handbook can help answer some of your questions about University policies and academic integrity.