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Requirements

Please choose from the selection below:

High School Student

1.) Application form
2.) $25 non-refundable application fee
3.) Personal Essay
4.) Official High School Transcript
5.) ACT or SAT scores (Official)
6.) Character Recommendation

Applicants should give evidence of a sound moral character and a personal conversion through a "born again” experience.

Applicants should have received or desire the baptism in the Holy Spirit.

Applicants should be at least 17 years of age and have graduated from an accredited secondary school or hold a high school equivalency certificate.

Incoming students are required to have taken the ACT and have submitted their scores to the college. The ACT composite score must be at least a 18 or higher for admission. (SAT scores of 1320 or above are also acceptable.)

Students attending Trinity must have their admissions files completed prior to registration. Individuals with incomplete files may be provisionally accepted but their file must be completed within thirty days of registration.

Applicants meeting Trinity Bible College’s admissions requirements are considered without regard to race, gender, or disability.

 

Home School Student

1.) Application form
2.) $25 non-refundable application fee
3.) Essay 
4.) Official High School Transcript
5.) ACT or SAT scores (Official)
6.) Character Recommendation

Applicants should have received or desire the baptism in the Holy Spirit.

Applicants should be at least 17 years of age and have graduated from an accredited secondary school or hold a high school equivalency certificate.

Incoming students are required to have taken the ACT and have submitted their scores to the college. The ACT composite score must be at least a 18 or higher for admission. (SAT scores of 1320 or above are also acceptable.)

Students attending Trinity must have their admissions files completed prior to registration. Individuals with incomplete files may be provisionally accepted but their file must be completed within thirty days of registration.

Applicants meeting Trinity Bible College’s admissions requirements are considered without regard to race, gender, or disability.

Applicants who have graduated from a non-certified home-school program and have not taken the GED must provide secondary school completion credentials if the applicant's state requires it. 

The dual enrollment definition shall also apply to home-schooled students whose parents or legal guardians include on their child’s statement of intent to supervise home education form a listing of courses that will be taken at Trinity and provide a copy of that statement at the time of registration. Home-schooled students who do not have such documentation will be considered unclassified.

Home-schooled students with a cumulative GPA above 3.00 who wish to enroll at Trinity in either an English or a math course will be required to provide an ACT score or pass an English or math placement examination on campus. However, they may enroll in a remedial course. Students who are enrolled in a college course for the purpose of home school credit cannot receive federal financial aid.

Home-schooled students who have not taken the ACT test will be allowed to enroll in one course during their first semester. After the first semester they will be allowed to enroll in additional courses if their academic progress is satisfactory.

Transfer Student

1.) Application form
2.) $25 non-refundable application fee
3.) Essay
4.) Official High School Transcript
5.) ACT or SAT scores (Official)
6.) Character Recommendation
7.) Official College or University Transcript (Offical)
8.) Transfer Reference form (will be provided upon receipt of application)

Applicants should give evidence of a sound moral character and a personal conversion through a born again” experience. Applicants should have received or desire the baptism in the Holy Spirit.

Applicants should be at least 17 years of age and have graduated from an accredited secondary school or hold a high school equivalency certificate.

Incoming students are required to have taken the ACT and have submitted their scores to the college. The ACT composite score must be at least a 18 or higher for admission. (SAT scores of 1320 or above are also acceptable.)

Students attending Trinity must have their admissions files completed prior to registration. Individuals with incomplete files may be provisionally accepted but their file must be completed within thirty days of registration.

Applicants meeting Trinity Bible College’s admissions requirements are considered without regard to race, gender, or disability.

Students with college credit earned elsewhere will be considered transfer students. Up to 95 semester credits may be transferred into a Bachelor of Arts degree program at Trinity. Up to 30 semester credits may be transferred into an Associates of Arts program at Trinity. Grades of “C” or better will be considered for transfer credit.

Students transferring from a non-accredited institution may transfer a limited number of credits. Such credits will be transferred after students have successfully completed one fulltime semester with a GPA of 2.00 or higher. However, students have one calendar year to meet the GPA criteria. Students meeting the GPA criteria will have credits approved for transfer and the credits will be placed on the academic transcript at that time. Students failing to meet the GPA criteria after the year-long grace period will no longer be eligible to receive those credits in transfer and they will then need to take those courses at Trinity.

Non-Traditional Student

1.) Application form
2.) $25 non-refundable application fee
3.) Essay 
4.) Official High School Transcript
5.) ACT or SAT scores (Official)
6.) Character Recommendation

Applicants should give evidence of a sound moral character and a personal conversion through a born again” experience. Applicants should have received or desire the baptism in the Holy Spirit. 

Applicants should be at least 17 years of age and have graduated from an accredited secondary school or hold a high school equivalency certificate.

Incoming students are required to have taken the ACT and have submitted their scores to the college. The ACT composite score must be at least a 18 or higher for admission. (SAT scores of 1320 or above are also acceptable.)

Students attending Trinity must have their admissions files completed prior to registration. Individuals with incomplete files may be provisionally accepted but their file must be completed within thirty days of registration.

Applicants meeting Trinity Bible College’s admissions requirements are considered without regard to race, gender, or disability.

Re-Applicant

1.) Application form
2.) $20 non-refundable application fee
3.) Essay
4.) Charater Recommendation

Applicants should give evidence of a sound moral character and a personal conversion through a born again” experience. Applicants should have received or desire the baptism in the Holy Spirit.

Applicants should be at least 17 years of age and have graduated from an accredited secondary school or hold a high school equivalency certificate.

Incoming students are required to have taken the ACT and have submitted their scores to the college. The ACT composite score must be at least a 18 or higher for admission. (SAT scores of 1320 or above are also acceptable.)

Students attending Trinity must have their admissions files completed prior to registration. Individuals with incomplete files may be provisionally accepted but their file must be completed within thirty days of registration.

Applicants meeting Trinity Bible College’s admissions requirements are considered without regard to race, gender, or disability.

If students in good standing leave the college and later return, the following readmission steps should be taken: Students leaving college but who are planning to return within 1 to 4 semesters may choose to petition to remain in catalog program with which they originally entered. Information is available in the academic records office. Re-acceptance is contingent upon clearance from previous academic, financial, and student life obligations. Transcripts must be submitted for all college work completed elsewhere during the period when not enrolled at Trinity.