Making news, making memories.

Whether planning careers in media or exploring  passions, Tigers document, create, report, and record for shows and publications that meet professional standards and serve the Trinity community.

Trinity University’s student-run campus media outlets offer unparalleled opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience in mass media. And because the publications and broadcast outlets are real businesses with real revenue and expenses, they also offer experience in accounting, sales, and business management.

a video camera is in focus filming the action in the first-year quad during Move-In Day
more than 20 Mirage yearbook spines are stacked on a bookshelf


Campus Publications

Campus Publications is the publishing house for both the Trinitonian, Trinity’s campus newspaper, and the Mirage, Trinity’s yearbook.



Student sitting at the television media station.


Campus TV

TigerTV is Trinity’s campus television network and is hosted, written, and produced by Trinity students.


a student and staff member work on-air in the KRTU studio


Campus Radio

KRTU 91.7 FM is an internationally acclaimed independent radio station and leader in the San Antonio arts scene, broadcast right from our red-brick campus.





Each media outlet offers an internship course for academic credit. Internship courses are open to all majors and are frequently the "foot in the door" to a regular position with a station or publication.

Media Courses

Additionally, the Department of Communication offers a full slate of classes for students wanting to further investigate the theories, practices, and industries of media.


Paying Jobs

With some of the campus media programs, you can even be hired for a paying job. Positions range from production and behind-the-scenes work to business development and accounting. Check out the individual program webpages for more information.