Trinity University in San Antonio, one of the nation’s leading liberal arts and sciences institutions, recently initiated a 10-year strategic plan called Trinity Tomorrow. The plan is grounded in the vision that Trinity will redefine liberal arts education for the 21st century. Trinity Tomorrow builds on the University’s current assets and calls on Trinity to strengthen its interdisciplinary and experiential approach to education, while integrating academic and residential campus life. The strategic plan directs the University to “develop a Facilities Master Plan to ensure that future building projects are consistent with the vision and design principles of founding architect O’Neil Ford, the values of a Trinity education, changing campus needs, environmental sustainability, and the strategic objectives outlined.” To that end, Page was selected to assist Trinity in the development of a campus master plan that preserves the character of the campus. The plan was approved in the spring of 2017 and the University will seek recognition for the historic campus core on the National Register of Historic Places in the fall of 2017. The dedication to the preservation of O’Neil Ford’s legacy on the campus has been celebrated by the Trinity community and is a focal element of the master plan … read more at