Trinity gives students a variety of options for academic success that fits their lifestyle and goals. If you want to take a few college courses, but aren’t looking to complete a full degree, then consider becoming a visiting student. If you want to learn about a certain subject but are not sure you’re ready to enroll as a student, then audit a class or two! Are you in high school but want to get a head start on college? Our dual enrollment program could be just what you’re looking for. Do you want the opportunity to get a full degree from the comfort of your own home? Trinity offers several undergraduate majors like Business, Christian Ministries and Criminal Justice which are offered fully Online.
If you’re interested in seeing what college is all about but aren’t sure you’re ready to enroll, then try auditing a class! As an auditing student you can enroll in a course without being required to complete the study and class assignments normally required of that course when taking it for credit. Although no credit is granted, the audited courses will still be recorded on your official transcript. Also, fewer admissions requirements are necessary for auditing students.
One way to be a part of student life at TIU is to enroll as a Visiting Student. A Visiting Student is someone who is not pursuing a degree program but who wants to be admitted for part-time studies (a maximum of 6 hours of credit per semester or one course per May Term session). You might decide to enroll as a Visiting Student in order to take certain classes while enrolled at another college or university or to take classes for personal growth and development. There is a simplified admission process used for Visiting Students. Visiting Students at Trinity are not considered to be enrolled in a degree program. However, students wishing to enroll in a degree program but only take six (6) hours or less are classified as “regular part-time students.”