Steps to First Time Freshman Admission
Why attend Trinity? Strong Academics.
Knowledgeable Faculty. Involved Student Life.
Trinity invites you to join this community of Christian scholarship. To apply as a first-time freshman, complete the following steps. If you have questions or would like to speak with one of our counselors, contact the Admissions Office at 866.TRIN.4.ME x4708 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete an Application for Admission or add us to your Common Application.
High school students are encouraged to apply during the first semester of their senior year since priority for new student scholarships is given to students who are accepted by January 15.
- Students applying prior to Dec. 1 can enter the promo code TRINITY to waive the $30 application fee requirement.
Submit official transcripts from all high schools previously attended. A cumulative GPA of 2.50 is required for unconditional admission
Home-schooled students may submit transcripts from their home-school association or an academic portfolio plus verification that the home-school program has been completed. View a sample homeschool transcript.
Students who have successfully completed the General Educational Development examination (GED) may submit the exam results.
- Submit ACT or SAT I test results. A minimum of a 19 ACT composite (910 SAT) is needed for unconditional admission.
Once all this information is submitted, your admissions counselor will contact you regarding your application. You will not have to wait long to hear if you’ve been accepted, because Trinity has a rolling deadline for applications.
Interested in taking courses for credit at Trinity without receiving a degree? Current high school students may enroll in up to 6 credit hours per semester provided the student has a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 and approval of the high school. Download and mail an unclassified student application. If you are no longer in high school, transcripts are not necessary.
If an unclassified student decides to work toward a degree, the student must apply for admission as a degree seeking student. Financial aid is not available for unclassified students.