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A Connected Online Experience

Trinity online is where students build a solid community of personal connections with professors and peers. Get ready for a guided educational journey that will stretch you academically, spiritually, and professionally. Our classes equip you with a robust, theological understanding of God’s word. We build the Bible into the core of everything we teach and connect you with a community of passionate believers to gain relevant, real-world experience. You will leave our online program ready to advance the gospel in any context.

The Unique Value

All students graduate with a Bachelor of Arts and receive a double major in Bible along with their major. There is an energizing momentum that builds as you pursue your education here, and you leave equipped to act on God’s calling to advance the Gospel wherever you may go. The TCF advantage, advance into your career and life ministry to make disciples.

Choose Your Online Major

The Associate of Arts degree in General Studies is designed to give students valuable preparation for further studies, by providing them with introductory general studies courses while helping them develop a foundational Biblical perspective. Earning your AA from a Bible college not only gives you the foundational course requirements for your education-it gives you the biblical knowledge and application you need for life!

General Studies AA

The Associate of Arts degree at Trinity College is a two-year degree offered to students for the purpose of providing a foundational program in Biblical studies. Earning your AA from a Bible college not only gives you the foundational course requirements for your education-it gives you the biblical knowledge and application you need for life! An AA is the first two years of a four year degree.

Biblical Studies AA

This program equips the student with business and leadership skills to be influential in diverse and complex organizational environments. The Leadership Concentration equips students to be influential, ethical change agents in both the public and private sectors. The student will study current and emerging leadership theories, best practices, skills, and tools used to influence others to generate innovation, creativity, and change within organizations. 

Bachelor of Arts Business Organizational Leadership

The Ministry Major provides the student with the academic and professional preparation necessary for ministry. Develop your gifts in preaching and pastoral care through online learning. Our professors will equip you with the academic and professional preparation necessary to start your career in pastoral ministry.

Bachelor of Arts Pastoral Ministry

The Psychology Major, with a Counseling Concentration, provides the student with the academic and professional preparation necessary to work in the field of counseling or to continue studies in graduate school. Complete your degree from home through our online learning environment. Integrate a Christian worldview perspective into counseling techniques and methods through interactive online learning.  The Counseling major allows you to advance your career in counseling or other social services.

Bachelor of Arts Psychology - Counseling Concentration

Set for Success

You will have access to academic resources that are designed for the visual learner on a digital platform. Every tool you need to succeed will be provided for you, even a Google Chromebook. Your Chromebook will arrive loaded with all the software you need as an online student, including quick links for easy access to your online web portal. We make it efficient, consistent, and easy to maximize your time and set you up for success.

Financial aid is also available for online students. Our financial aid representatives are ready to help you sort through the different financial aid types and show you how to get the assistance available to you.


Answers to Questions about the Online Program

How long is each course and how many courses do I take per semester?

Online courses are 3 credit hours. Each semester is 16 weeks in length (two courses every eight weeks.)  Students must take at least 4 courses (12 credits) per semester to be full time.  Students may also complete their degree as a part-time student.

There are two 16-week semesters per year. The fall semester runs from August to December.  The spring semester runs from January to May.  There is also one summer semester which is 8 weeks (June to July).

If I start my degree online, could I switch to be an on campus student in the future?

Yes.  The online class options coincide with the Traditional classes on campus.  It would be a smooth transition if you chose to switch to on campus classes for any next semester.

How will I have access to my professors?

As a degree-seeking student, the department head of your degree program is your academic advisor. Professors interact with online students in synchronous, real-time sessions during classes, give guidance in individual Google Meet appointments, connect through online platforms, phone calls, emails, and SMS.  TCF’s long-standing tradition of professor-student mentoring relationships has been a distinctive unique value of Trinity College of Florida.

Are there other online programs?

Trinity College has a degree completion program, Trinity Quest. The Trinity Quest accelerated degree completion program is both online and in-seat, for the working adult who has at least 30 transferable credits. By enrolling in Trinity Quest, you can complete your bachelor’s degree alongside other working adults, either fully online or by attending evening classes on-campus at our Trinity, FL, location. (All Trinity Quest Bachelor Degrees are Bachelor of Science and are not double-majors in Bible and Theology.)

Can I use my Veteran or Military benefits?

Yes! Trinity College of Florida is passionate about working with students who are currently serving in the military, veterans, and their family members. We are happy to help you with the process of having your benefits pay toward the cost of your tuition.