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Trinity Celebrates Black History Month

“Having a month dedicated to black history gives Trinity an opportunity to affirm our very diverse population and to celebrate with our black students who they are and who they are on this campus,” said Nicole St. Victor ’12, Director of Multicultural Engagement.

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Trinity Welcomes NCCAA Men’s Volleyball National Invitational

Trinity Christian College is proud to host the NCCAA Men’s Volleyball National Invitational on Jan. 24 and 25. Eight teams will compete in this tournament.

Trinity Group Tours Holy Land Over Break

During the Christmas break, a group from Trinity had the opportunity to walk in Jesus’ footsteps during a visit to the Holy Land.

Trinity Hosts Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration

“Let’s Go Higher,” was the theme of this year’s annual celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., presented by Trinity’s Black Student Union. 

TWO Hosts Scrapbooking Event Jan. 17-18

Trinity Women’s Organization looks forward to spending time with scrapbookers at its semi-annual scrapbooking event! The spring 2020 event takes place Friday, January 17 and Saturday, January 18 in the Grand Lobby of the Ozinga Chapel

Trinity Celebrates Fall 2019 Graduates

The Trinity community celebrated with the Fall 2019 graduates today, as students received master of arts, bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, and bachelor of social work degrees.

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Fry, Guzmán & Lenarz to Offer Commencement Reflections

Trinity’s fall semester 2019 commencement will take place in Ozinga Chapel Auditorium at 10 am on Saturday, Dec. 14.

Fall Athletes Receive Accolades

Players from the Trinity women’s soccer and women’s volleyball team received NCCAA and CCAC honors. Three members of the women’s volleyball team also were named NAIA All-American.

Join Us for Christmastide on Dec. 7

Trinity’s Music Department invites the community to attend the 18th Annual Christmastide program on Saturday, December 7 at 4 pm in the Ozinga Chapel.

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