On Monday, January 21, the entire Trinity Family is welcomed and encouraged to come (and bring guests) to reflect on and celebrate the legacy of Dr. King! Please consider using this day to reflect on the areas in your own life where you can be an agent of reconciliation. Please save the date! We will start in the ATO Chapel at 1:00 p.m.
When your future meets the EFCA, there’s a visible world of opportunity. We’re uniquely positioned to help you purse your ministry passion whether that’s in pastoring, church planning, global missions, student ministry or urban community development, to name a few. You may be scoping ministry placement or internship options for your future. You may be looking for a place to put who-you-are-and-what you’ve-learned to the test. Add the EFCA to your list of targets. Meet and talk with expert EFCA ministry leaders on campus and learn about next steps to EFCA placement/internships, and a world of opportunity! For an opportunity to discuss your future, eat some food, and get entered into a drawing for a free Kindle Fire, come join the TIU EFCA Ministry Pathways in the Lantern Lounge.
The last day to add a semester-long class without a fee is TOMORROW - Jan. 23, 2013
The last day to drop a semester-long class with 100% refund is TOMORROW - Jan. 23, 2013
Undergrad -Fees will be added to classes added/dropped after tomorrow.
Grad - students have until tomorrow to add/drop with $10 fee
If drop or add needed after tomorrow, please contact the Records Office after filling out the paper Registration Form under "Campus Services" - "University Records"
****Fees (after Jan 23, 2013)****
Grad - Dean's Approval + $35 fee
Undergrad - Dean's Approval + Professor's Approval + $5 fee to add/drop
All fees and policies are stated in the 2012-2011 Course Catalog.
Graduate women: Join us for the semester kick-off TSW Luncheon in the Lantern Lounge (Waybright Center) on "Where Do I Fit?" with Dr. Bill Hamel, President of the EFCA, Carol Marshall (thesis, "Women in Ministry: An Examination of EFCA History, Practice and Policy) and MORE. Good food, good fellowship, good food for thought no matter what your denominational home or ministry concentration!