Foundations 111: Transfer Orientation

Welcome to Trinity!

As part of the transfer process, you will be taking a required 1- credit seminar course called Foundations 111.  This class is designed to welcome you to Trinity, explain who we are, and help guide you through your transition to Trinity’s academic culture.

This course begins on August 27, 2019 with Orientation Day and continues one day a week for the following 4 weeks.

Orientation Day will be on August 27, 2019 Schedule (Required)

  • 9:30—10:00 am: Check In (Ozinga Chapel Grand Lobby)
    A light breakfast will be served.
  • 10:00—11:50 am: Welcome, Overview, 1st Class Session
  • 12:00—12:45 pm: Lunch Provided in the Dining Hall
  • 12:45—1:30 pm: IT Overview and Set-Up
  • 1:30-2:30 pm: Optional Support

Optional Support Includes: Classroom Tours, Bookstore, Financial Aid, Security, Student Life for IDs and Meal Plan, Classroom locations, Registrar’s Office

Fall Semester classes begin the following day, August 28, 2019.

First Foundations 111 classes of the semester  will be held in the first full week of the semester (September 2-6, 2019)

This program is a 4 week class that helps create a structured support for students for flourishing in their first semester at Trinity and beyond.

Topics covered in this 4 week class:

  • A primer on Trinity’s beliefs and cultures
  • A place to ask questions
  • A shared experience with others who are also transitioning into Trinity Christian College
  • A place to flourish and discover the joy of your vocation
  • Required for graduation from Trinity
  • Meeting a diverse group of people who are going through the same transition experience
  • Reading and writing assignments that introduce key ideas taught at Trinity including Worldview, Vocation, and Liberal Arts

We know you can’t wait to take full advantage of the academic, social, spiritual, and volunteer opportunities here on campus, across the Chicago area, and around the world. That’s why we’ve created the Office of the First Year Experience—dedicated to helping brand new Trolls transition to the College and learn about everything Trinity has to offer.

Dedicated to your first year

We are dedicated to transitioning first year students to Trinity life—so dedicated that we’ve hired just the right people to launch you into your future. The First Year Experience staff know about life at Trinity, and they are here to answer any and all questions and to be sure all students can take advantage of the many opportunities available to them.

+ ORIENTATION DAY SCHEDULE

Orientation Day will be on August 27, 2019 Schedule (Required)

  • 9:30—10:00 am: Check In (Ozinga Chapel Grand Lobby)
    A light breakfast will be served.
  • 10:00—11:50 am: Welcome, Overview, 1st Class Session
  • 12:00—12:45 pm: Lunch Provided in the Dining Hall
  • 12:45—1:30 pm: IT Overview and Set-Up
  • 1:30-2:30 pm: Optional Support

Optional Support Includes: Classroom Tours, Bookstore, Financial Aid, Security, Student Life for IDs and Meal Plan, Classroom locations, Registrar’s Office

Fall Semester classes begin the following day, August 28, 2019.

First Foundations 111 classes of the semester  will be held in the first full week of the semester (September 2-6, 2019)

+ 4 WEEK COURSE

This program is a 4 week class that helps create a structured support for students for flourishing in their first semester at Trinity and beyond.

Topics covered in this 4 week class:

  • A primer on Trinity’s beliefs and cultures
  • A place to ask questions
  • A shared experience with others who are also transitioning into Trinity Christian College
  • A place to flourish and discover the joy of your vocation
  • Required for graduation from Trinity
  • Meeting a diverse group of people who are going through the same transition experience
  • Reading and writing assignments that introduce key ideas taught at Trinity including Worldview, Vocation, and Liberal Arts
+ ACCOMMODATIONS

We know you can’t wait to take full advantage of the academic, social, spiritual, and volunteer opportunities here on campus, across the Chicago area, and around the world. That’s why we’ve created the Office of the First Year Experience—dedicated to helping brand new Trolls transition to the College and learn about everything Trinity has to offer.

Dedicated to your first year

We are dedicated to transitioning first year students to Trinity life—so dedicated that we’ve hired just the right people to launch you into your future. The First Year Experience staff know about life at Trinity, and they are here to answer any and all questions and to be sure all students can take advantage of the many opportunities available to them.

Emily Bosscher

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Emily Bosscher

Director of First Year Experience

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