Trinity University is located in the Christchurch O-HAB beneath Eclectia's South Polar Sea and is a multi-discipline Catholic institute of higher learning. Its admissions are open to all and welcomes exchanges of instructors with other institutions. Its two schools are the School of Sciences and the School of Arts.
The School of Sciences is composed of the Departments of Applied Sciences (Spacecraft Power Engineering being a standout), Physics (which with the Jesuits, operates the observatories on Assisi), Materials (in which Alchemy is of note), Biology (known widely for its work in Gnomenclature), Magic (reputed to have one of the foremost Conjurment courses of any school of sciences), and Medicine (operator of Holy Family Medical Center).
The School of Arts is composed of the Departments of Cosmo-Geohistory (noted for its Xenoarchaeology and the Jones Museum), Literature (home of the Fabian/Bridges/Reinhard Competitions), Applied Arts (which hosts the Norman Rockwell Institute of Fine Arts), Languages (with its esteemed Rivera School), Criminology and Investigation (led by its excellent Lewis Course), Music (sponsor of the Annual Composers' Tag-Team Matches), and Psychosociology (with its Bedlam Clinic and Outreach).
Of course, one is quite unable to write or speak of Trinity University without mention of its championship mootsball team, the Blesseds. Aficionados of the “tender game” gather from all over the 94 Ceti System each year to thrill to that annual classic when Trinity University meets Zirconia Christian University. Regardless of their win/loss record each year, the winner is satisfied that theirs is a winning season with victory in that one game.