On Monday, February 20, Trinity’s administration held informational meetings with students and their parents. Both are available for you to listen to below.
These changes will take effect immediately upon the close of the 2022–23 academic year, Saturday, May 13, 2023.
Yes, TIU will hold graduation for seniors on Saturday, May 13, 2023, as planned. Additional information can be found here.
Trinity will work with students who want to complete their degree with Trinity through a personalized completion plan. Your faculty advisor or Dean Wrobbel can provide further information. Click here to schedule an appointment with Dr. Wrobbel.
For those who want a face-to-face college experience including athletics and other activities, Trinity is working with several institutions to provide a smooth path for transfer, and we will be hosting a transfer fair on February 27 so that students can speak personally with representatives, including athletic recruiters, from these institutions. No student is obligated to enroll at one of the institutions with which Trinity has made arrangements.
All credits earned at Trinity are valid even after the College moves online. The Higher Learning Commission regionally accredits Trinity International University, and credits will be considered for transfer by any other regionally accredited institution.
Yes. The Higher Learning Commission accredits Trinity International University, including Trinity College, and employers and other colleges/universities will recognize your degree as a valid degree with full accreditation.
The online course is $480 per credit hour, plus $200 online/comprehensive fee for 1-11 credits or $400 12+ credits.
Yes. The college has invited several colleges to come to the campus to meet with students and answer questions about the next steps. An on-campus college fair will be held from noon. to 3 p.m., Monday, February 27, in Melton Hall (Waybright Center).
Faculty academic advisors and Dean Wrobbel are available to meet with students to discuss individual situations and options for completing their degree. Click here to schedule an appointment with Dr. Wrobbel.
Courses at Trinity Florida will continue to be offered under the hybrid model. You will still have the option of attending classes in-person or online.
Yes, if you still owe tuition, fees, room or board for any period through the spring 2023 semester, you are responsible for paying your bill with TIU. For questions about your account with the College, please contact [email protected].
Yes, you still owe for any tuition, fees, room or board for the time you have been a student at the College.
We will not be issuing any refunds for students who move off campus early. The in-person College is still fully operational thru May 12.
No. All student-athletes will be charged a season of eligibility from this year (provided they’ve played in more than 20 percent of contests).
All student-athletes will receive a transfer release, and TIU’s athletics staff will help any student-athlete with his or her transfer process.
If you are a student-athlete who decides to stay enrolled online at Trinity, the Financial Aid Office will work with you to maintain similar out-of-pocket expenses for tuition and fees as you previously had as a student-athlete living on campus. The Financial Aid team will have to work with student-athletes on a case-by-case basis, but you will not have to pay more out-of-pocket to finish out your degree online. Please contact [email protected] for more information.
Since only traditional face-face-face instruction at the College will cease and the University will remain open, student records will continue to be held by TIU Academic Records. Transcripts can be requested here.
Up to 10 official transcripts from Trinity will be free for undergraduate students who need to send them to the College to which they’re transferring. We suggest you wait to pull your official transcripts until after your spring 2023 semester grades are posted on May 16. If an official transcript is needed before May 16, please get in touch with [email protected] and ask for an early exception. Fees for transcripts will be waived through July 31, 2023.
Important Note: When placing an order for a transcript, one of the steps the Student Clearinghouse requires is that you enter credit card information. If you are among the group eligible for free transcripts, your credit card will not be billed. Also note that TIU is unable to retroactively waive the fee, so if a student plans to request a free transcript, they need to notify the Records Office by email either:
Your TIU email accounts will be active while you are still a student or until you are no longer enrolled in one of Trinity’s online programs. Email accounts are retired after two consecutive semesters elapse without the student enrolling in a course. Once the email account is retired you will no longer be able to access email or utilize any software associated with TIU, such as Office 365, Google Workspace, and many of the library’s resources.
Tax information will be mailed to students per the address on record by January 31, 2024 for the 2023 tax year. Employment information can always be viewed online via ADP WorkforceNow.
Tax information will be made available via myTIU under the Student Finances tab.
An unexpected change like this can carry with it a lot of emotion. The counseling center at TIU provides students with individual counseling, group counseling, premarital counseling, and referral services to Christian counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists. All services are confidential.
Please email [email protected] or call at 847-317-4067 to schedule an intake appointment. They are located in Madsen 500-South Entrance.
For informal counseling opportunities, TIU Student Life professional staff is prepared to debrief and discuss this institutional transition with you and can be reached at [email protected].
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