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L.L. Speer Hall (Residential Housing)
W.T. Watson Administration Building, Administration, Cafeteria, Classrooms
Munce Hall, Resideintial Housing, (Married Couples)
Raymond H. Center Library, Chapel, Student Learning Center, Classrooms
James P. Gills YMCA, Recreational Complex

Tour Itinerary

All of our tours are customized to our prospective students, (most tours take about one hour.) Your campus tour is personal, so the length of time depends on your needs. Some prospective students coordinate their tour by meeting with Financial Aid and/or the department head of the degree they are seeking. Other students sit in on a chapel and attend a class to catch a glimpse of on-campus life.

LL Speer Residential Hall

LL Speer Residential Hall

Living on campus is a way to grow relationally and socially as you build life-long friendships that extend beyond your time at Trinity College of Florida. R.A.’s live in the residence hall with the students. These leaders are always available to give advice, assist in conflict resolution, and offer prayer. L.L. Speer Residential Hall was built in 2018 and includes beautiful views of the surrounding area, commons areas, laundry.

360 View of dorm room

W.T. Watson Admin Bld.

W.T. Watson Administration Building

Named for the college founder, Dr. Watson, the W.T. Watson building houses on the first floor: Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Development, Quest Degree Completion, Cafeteria, and fully video integrated classrooms A103, A112, and A113. The second floor contains the Administrative Offices, Office of the President, VP for Academics, VP for Enrollment, Finance Office, Registrar, Faculty Offices, C.S. Lewis Society, Honors Program, Elementary Education, and additional classrooms.

Raymond H. Center Bld.

Dr. Raymond H. Center Library Building

Raymond H. Center Library carries a number of books, journals, and other information sources that are intended for educational purposes and for providing multiple perspectives on diverse subjects. The Raymond H. Center Library has been fortunate to obtain and display multiple special collections. These include the personal library of a beloved faculty member, Dr. E. C. Bragg. His lectures have been digitized and are available under the E.C. Bragg digital library collection. The Library and Student Learning Center offer personalized resources to equip students for becoming academically confident. In addition the building houses the Learning Resource Center, classrooms, and the Chapel with an original 1611 KJV Bible. Raymond H. Center Library

Answers to Your Questions About Campus Visits

How long is a personal campus tour?

All of our tours are customized to our prospective students, but most tours take about one hour. Your campus tour is personal, so the length of time depends on your needs. 

Day of your visit:

  • Begin at the W.T. Watson Administration Building
  • Meet with an Admissions Representative
  • Tour Speer Hall (Student dorms)
  • Tour Library & Learning Resource Center
  • Tour Classrooms

Will there be someone there to discuss financial aid?

Our admissions team has been trained to explain the costs of tuition and fees to all prospective students. Further questions regarding financial aid, are referred to Karly Dooley, the director of Financial Aid, by email at

What is a Campus Preview?

Campus Previews:

Are an opportunity for you to come and take a tour of the school, meet current students, and meet our professors. During a campus preview day, you will get to sit in chapel, attend a class, and even experience what the on-campus cafeteria has to offer.

Don’t wait, RSVP for a campus preview today!