Mighty things can grow from small beginnings. This simple premise, demonstrated by the acorns and oak trees on Trinity's campus, summarizes the goal of the Trinity Oaks Society.
Trinity Christian College began small and simple in 1959 on the grounds of a former golf course. By 2000 we had over 800 students, 45 full-time professors, and 17 buildings, with plans underway for more facilities to meet the needs of our growing population. As we look to the future, the next financial challenge for the College is to build up the Trinity Endowment Fund.
Income from the Endowment Fund will keep tuition and fees affordable for more students, provide for more scholarships, support strong academic leadership, and maintain continued care for our beautiful campus.
The Trinity Oaks Society offers you an opportunity to make a difference for the future students of this College. Through thoughtful and prayerful planning today, you can secure our ongoing commitment to provide biblically informed liberal arts education in the Reformed tradition.
Please join the Trinity Oaks Society to ensure excellent Christian higher education at Trinity Christian College for generations to come.
Director of Planned Giving
Support from the endowment fund enables the College to keep the cost of tuition, room and board affordable for a greater number of students.
Scholarships encourage excellence in academic achievement and diversity in the student body.
Financial support from the endowment fund for study and research will encourage strong academic excellence, providing students with the Reformed Christian worldview and biblical perspective that is the foundation of Trinity's philosophy of education.
A growing endowment fund will provide maintenance and care of Trinity's expanding campus.