We are committed to the development of your intellect and character.That means we evaluate each applicant’s academic promise, motivation, and Christian commitment. Take a look over the requirements below. If you have any questions, we would love to talk to you. Our Admissions Counselors are here to help you navigate the admissions process so don’t hesitate to ask for help!
Students who do not fully meet these requirements, may still qualify for our Compass program.
In accordance with the regulations developed by the US Department of Education, Trinity reserves the right to request additional documentation in order to validate a student’s high school completion. This validation may include the following:
This newly established rule requires institutions to review any high school diploma if the institution or Department of Education has reason to believe the diploma is not valid.
Trinity International University endeavors to conduct the admissions process with consideration to best practices. Please contact us directly if you have any questions.
There is little to no consistency in how high schools weight honors and advanced placement courses. As a result, attempting to compare students from high schools across the country is becoming increasingly difficult. Most colleges are now focusing more on the grades earned in particular courses as opposed to a “weighted” GPA. In addition, some high schools do not weight honors courses at all. As a result, Trinity recalculates all high school GPA’s.
Any cumulative grade point average indicated as “weighted” is recalculated using the high school’s grading scale, if possible. All grades earned are considered with pluses and minuses (with the exception of A+).
Grade point averages are recalculated based on an unweighted 4.0 scale
The primary reason for weighting courses is to reward and reinforce the decision for students to take more rigorous courses. It also provides a way for the high school to rank the students without penalizing those who took the more difficult courses.
Unweighted cumulative grade point averages are considered, along with SAT, ACT and/or CLT scores, for evaluation of admission to the University as well as in the awarding of academic scholarships.