You’ve been accepted to Trinity! We are so excited that you’re considering our school and hope you’ll decide that Trinity is the place for you! Check below for everything you need to know about your next steps and more!
STEP 1: Secure Your Spot at TIU!
Submit your deposit to save your spot in our incoming class!
Step 2: Submit a Housing Application
If you plan to live on campus, submit your housing application.
Step 3: Plan a Visit to TIU!
If you’ve been accepted but haven’t been to campus, plan a visit!
Questions or concerns? Our admissions counselors would love to help!
Get ready for NSO in 2020! This is a time where our campus welcomes YOU, the new class of students to Trinity. We are excited to invite you and your family to participate in the New Student Orientation in 2020! We look forward to meeting you in person and welcoming you into our vibrant Christian learning community.
Join the legacy of more than 23,000 Trinity alumni who, since 1897, have been impacting the world for Christ.
At Trinity, you are investing in an education that is grounded in Scripture and enhanced by real world experience. We have a campus culture that emphasizes hands-on opportunities for growth in every area of your life—academics, leadership, service, career preparation, spiritual growth, and community life.
And if you’re looking for the benefits of a large university without getting lost in the crowd, Trinity is the place for you! We have the resources of a graduate school, law school, and world-class seminary with the personal feel of a small college.
“One of Trinity’s greatest strengths is its community, weaving spiritual growth into every aspect of life. I met so many loving upperclassmen who were willing to walk alongside of me and pour into my life, encouraging me at every step.”
—Kayla Emmerling, Christian Ministries
At Trinity, your life will be formed through the personal relationships you develop with your professors, the staff, and your fellow students.
The investment of those who influence you during your college years will directly shape the person you become for the rest of your life. While studying at Trinity, you will be both pushed to excel and supported as you grow. Our caring faculty are committed to your academic and spiritual growth, providing the tools and resources to help you succeed.
With a student to faculty ratio of 14:1, you’ll get the individual attention you need to flourish in your educational journey. Our location near the world-class city of Chicago provides exciting opportunities for internships in every field of study. You’ll have the opportunity to live, learn, and serve in a place where you can engage with the world and shape your community.
“Community at Trinity is amazing! Students come from all over the world to be here. I’ve learned so much about different cultures from people living just next door to me.”
—Justin Chu, Biology/Pre-Med
Upon graduation, you will be equipped with an educational experience that prepares you for life in our changing world, in addition to your particular career.
Our graduates live and serve in over 100 countries around the world. They point to their student experiences of working in teams, problem solving, and leadership training as key in preparing them to stand out in the crowd.
At Trinity, you can participate in a variety of intercultural, local, and global partnerships. There are opportunities for cross-cultural learning and service around the world, semester-long overseas study options, or international trips in conjunction with rigorous classes. You’ll be part of a rich community of diverse perspectives that will prepare you to engage with culture and make an impact as a leader.
You can change the world, but you can’t change it alone! Join the Trinity community and grow in your understanding of what it means to be part of the global church. See how a Trinity degree opens doors for your career, ministry, or future academic endeavors.
“While at Trinity, I had mentors who shaped me as a leader and follower of Christ. There were multiple people who challenged me to understand how my faith impacted what I was learning in the classroom.”
–Lucy Ebel, Psychology