How to Apply

    

The admissions process is easy. An admissions counselor is waiting to help you take the next steps.  Decisions on admissions will be made once a complete application, academic transcripts, and references are received.

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To apply for admissions to Trinity College of Florida, you will need the following items:

  • Application for admission.
  • $35 non-refundable application fee. 
  • Official high school or General Educational Development (GED) transcript.*
  • Official parent issued transcript (homeschooled students)**
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended (if applicable).
  • Official SAT or ACT score report.*  (Our institutional codes are: ACT: 4876; SAT: 1979)
  • Personal statement on the applicant’s relationship to Jesus Christ
  • Personal reference.
  • Pastor's reference.

*Not required for Transfer and TrinityQuest applicants. (Transfer students are classified as individuals with 24 or more college level credits.)  

**Homeschooled students and admissions

Home school graduates should follow the general application procedures.  Additional transcripts options available to homeschooled students are A) an umbrella high school transcript or B) a parent-issued high school transcript. 

Please note that the essential elements of a parent-issue transcript include, but are not limited to:  all courses taken in grades 9 through 12 (listed by year and semester), final letter grades for each course, final GPA (based on a 4-point scale), graduation date, and the teaching parent’s actual signature and date.  

International Students:

All international applicants must complete the International Student Packet in addition to the documents above, and mail to Trinity College of Florida.

   



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