Student Spotlights

Featured Student Spotlight

Miles Williams ’23

Miles Williams was studying in West Virginia when he made the choice to reach out to the baseball coach here at Trinity Christian College. In his search for the right school, he was looking for something that felt like home.

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Yuri Coleman ’24

Graphic design major Yuri Coleman ‘24 came to Trinity because of the College’s size and opportunities that such a close-knit community offers.

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Jaquiya Dorsey ‘22

Jaquiya Dorsey ‘22 grew up in an environment where mental health was considered a problem, not a solution. But she is determined to break that cycle and bring mental health services to her community, with a degree in psychology through Trinity’s Adult Undergraduate Program.  

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Alma Berrones ‘22

Alma Berrones had several important reasons to return to school to complete her college degree. One was to advance her career. Another was to set an example for her son. With those motivations guiding her journey, Berrones will graduate with her degree in Business Management this fall. 

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Angie Castro ‘22

Angie Castro ‘22 was so sure Trinity was the right place for her to pursue a degree in music that she showed up to her transfer admissions orientation without having visited first.

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Alyssa Busker ’24

For Alyssa Busker ’24, Trinity is a family tradition. “I heard about Trinity a lot growing up because my grandma was a part of the first graduating class,” said Busker.

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Bolu Jegede ‘23

Bolu Jegede ’23 loved her Foundations philosophy course so much, she not only got up early every day to attend class—she ended up switching her major to philosophy.  

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Michael Hay ‘24

Mike Hay chose Trinity for three primary reasons. First, the College’s campus is close to his hometown of Villa Park, Ill., Second, Trinity has an outstanding education program. And third, he would be able to play volleyball for the Trolls. 

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Selah Hopkins ‘22

Selah Hopkins knew God wanted her to be at Trinity from the moment she stepped on campus. ‘The sense of family and community was overwhelming and really helped seal my decisions, as well as how comfortable the soccer team and Coach Josh [Lenarz] made me feel right from my first visit.”

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Kendra Henry ‘23

Kendra Henry originally considered majoring in nursing at Trinity decided a social work degree would be a better fit and allow her to help people in a different way. A member of the Navajo community, she wants to work with Native American youth on mental health issues once she graduates and earns her master’s degree.

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Lily Ruckman ‘22

Lily Ruckman ’22 didn’t initially plan to come to Trinity. A native of Peotone, Ill., she thought she wanted to attend a college farther from home. And she wasn’t sure about following in the footsteps of her older sister, a 2013 grad.  However, after touring Trinity, she knew it was the place for her.

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Nino Carrico ’23

Nino Carrico, a native of Cabo Frio, Brazil, is majoring in Digital Design and minoring in Communication Arts.

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Karen Jegadish ’23

A Human Resource Management major who is minoring in Math and Computer Science, Karen Jegadish ’23 is a member of Trinity’s Student Government Association and a student mentor in the Thrive program.

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Caleb Driggers ’22

Caleb Driggers knew that Trinity was the place for him, between the community and the Christian atmosphere on campus.

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Casey David ’22

Casey, who is part of the women’s basketball team, is an exercise science major.

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Andrew Dobrescu ’22

Men’s cross country runner Andrew Dobrescu tries to live through his faith each day, and he’s grown in that during his time at Trinity.

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Alexandria Eggert ’22

Ally, who is from Mequon, Wis., is majoring in English and Communications Arts with a Theatre focus.

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Erin Davis ’22

A native of Fremont, Mich., Erin Davis is a history education major and a Thrive mentor.

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Raeann Fopma ’22

Raeann Fopma, a native of Sully, Iowa, is triple-majoring in graphic design, English, and special education.

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