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The campus life at Trinity College of Florida is life-changing. Whether you’re building friendships late night in the residence hall, sipping a hot cup of coffee on campus at Epiphanies Café, using your YMCA pass to work out with your roommate, attending a special chapel series, serving in the local community, or traveling for a weekend get-away with one of our student groups, students experience personal and spiritual growth.
Drama ministries, community service opportunities, leadership development, and mission trips are some of the many unique features of the Trinity College of Florida experience. As students strengthen their intellect, they grow relationally and build life-long friendships that will support them in their College journey.
Resident students enjoy the daily encouragement of studying and living with fellow students. The experiences and relationships developed in the residence hall become some of the most important experience of a student's time at Trinity College of Florida.
Student residence facilities are suites with two rooms sharing a common bathroom. Each room is equipped with internet access, room thermostat, full-size refrigerator, and microwave. Students also have access to a common area which features a full service kitchen, TV, and DVD player.
A dorm director, in conjunction with resident assistants (RAs), oversee residence hall life. RAs serve as the front line servants in resident life. RAs are available for emotional and spiritual support to each resident student. Concerns and problems regarding facility or roommate issues can be resolved through the RAs and dorm director.
Student Life Standards
Let no one look down on your youthfulness, but rather in speech, conduct, love, faith and purity, show yourself an example of those who believe. (1 Timothy 4:12, NASB)
In order to do this, clearly defined standards and guidelines are necessary. The Trinity College Student Life Handbook serves as the source for information regarding the College’s standards and guidelines.
These guidelines are designed to regulate the activities of the student body so that the basic rights of all are protected. Scriptural standards, which are binding on the entire Christian community, have been taken into consideration in the formation of all guidelines.
It is the hope of the College that each student will have a value system based on Scriptural concepts which will be reinforced by a set of strong inner controls. Therefore, the College expects all students will read and carefully observe the policies in the Student Life Handbook.
For information on campus life, please contact the Office of Student Development:
College of Florida
Office of Student Development
Trinity, FL 34655
727-376-6911 ext. 317