Campus Parking and Traffic Patterns
Construction of the new Trinity Academic Center will soon be underway! This beautiful building will provide new classrooms, science and nursing laboratories, study and gathering spaces for all students, faculty and staff to enjoy. With construction comes changes, and this site is your go-to source for construction updates, with a special focus on parking and traffic patterns.
Main Circle Traffic
Beginning August 4, the traffic flow in the front circle leading to Main Hall will be reversed to prepare for the construction of the Trinity Academic Center.
- There will be NO PARKING in the circle with the exception of designated spots for visitors and cars with valid disability tags
- Students and staff looking to park on campus should enter through Cuvilly Drive.
Where Do I Park
Parking lots are designated for specific groups of the Trinity Community. Students, faculty and staff must display a current Trinity parking permit at all times. Parking permits are obtained online.
All students can park in the Trinity Center, Cuvilly and Kerby lots (1, 4 and 5) with a valid parking sticker.
Continuing Education students do not need a parking sticker, but a temporary paper parking permit provided by the Continuing Education office must be visible.
Parking behind the library (3) is for faculty only. Faculty can also Park on Cuvilly drive (2). Faculty/Staff Parking Details
Cuvilly Drive and the Cuvilly lot (1 and 2) are for staff, students and faculty parking. Faculty/Staff Parking Details
Trinity Center Members
Members of the Trinity Center can park in the Trinity Center and Cuvilly lots (1 and 4).
Individuals who need handicap parking should contact DPS (Deputy Chief Contee at ext. 9100 or Dispatch at 9111) and provide documentation for your handicap placard.