We Want To Meet You!

Request A Campus Tour

Campus tours may be scheduled Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Please complete the form here and we will be in touch regarding your request. We look forward to hosting you soon.

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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 hours of availability: Monday – Friday from 10 am to 3 pm (tours end by 4 pm). 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. 

What you can expect:

  • Begin at the W.T. Watson Administration Building
  • Meet with the director of Admissions Kenyata Hayes/Financial Aid
  • Tour Speer Hall (Student dorms)
  • Tour Library & Student Learning Center
  • Tour Classrooms
  • Meet Your Academic Advisor

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.

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.

Dr. Raymond H. Center Library

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.

Raymond H. Center Library

Ruth Munce Residential Hall

Ruth Munce Residential Hall is a two-story dormitory. Ruth Munce Hall was updated in 2020 and is being utilized for classrooms, meeting rooms, and lodging for some individuals. A music room for practice and teaching is on the first floor.

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 the director of Admissions Kenyata Hayes/Financial Aid
  • Tour Speer Hall (Student dorms)
  • Tour Library & Student Learning Center
  • Tour Classrooms

What is the policy for campus visits and COVID-19?

In general, all policies adhered to by Trinity College of Florida follow either the recommendations made by the CDC or by the Florida Department of Health. For the policies and procedures for visits please visit TCF COVID-19 Response.

Can I meet with someone in financial aid when I visit?

Of course! This is your time and we want to help you make the most of it. When you schedule your tour date, just let us know if you have specific requests. We’ll customize your day for you.

What is a Campus Meet-n-Greet?

Campus Meet-n-Greets are events the college admissions team provides for you to tour the campus and attend Trinity 101 where you will learn all about student life and academic life. You will meet current student leaders,  the academic advisor/program directors (professors) for all Trinity College Degree programs ending your visit with ice cream!

Campus Meet-n-Greet dates are available on the official college calendar.