Application Steps

STEP 1:  APPLICATION

Apply online to complete the application for admission.

STEP 2:  ESSAY

The essay should be one-page typed (no more than three pages).  In essay format, please answer all of the following questions:

  • How and when did you come to know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior?
  • How do you think a person obtains eternal life?
  • How have you grown in your relationship with Jesus Christ?
  • Why do you want to attend Trinity College of Florida?
Since all students at Trinity College are expected to maintain the highest standards of integrity, we require that your essay be your own work.  Essays can be submitted through the online application or can be submitted to admissions@trinitycollege.edu
 

STEP 3:  REFERENCES

Applicants must submit a church reference and personal reference.  Contact information for references can be submitted on the online application or emailed to admissions@trinitycollege.edu  Please list the references name, phone, and email address.
  • The church reference must be completed by a pastor or leader at your church (non-relative).
  • The personal reference should be completed by a non-relative (i.e., teacher, mentor, Guidance Counselor, co-worker, etc.)

STEP 4:  TRANSCRIPTS

Applicants must have official high school/college transcripts sent to Trinity College of Florida.  Please contact your school/college to ask them to send your official transcripts directly to Trinity College of Florida 2430 Welbilt Blvd Trinity, FL 34655

Transfer students with less than 24 college credits are required to submit both high school and college transcripts.

STEP 5:  ACT/SAT SCORES (waived for fall 2020 due to COVID-19)

ACT or SAT score reports are required for all applicants that have less than 24 college credits.

STEP 6:  $35 APPLICATION FEE (waived for fall 2020 due to COVID-19)

Applicants can submit the application fee by check (made payable to Trinity College of Florida) or payment can be made online.

Connect with the Admissions Team

The Admissions Team is ready to help you along this journey.  We here to serve you, help you in navigating through the process of entering college, and answer your questions. From application to new student orientation, we will walk you through each step while maintaining regular contact to answer questions, offer encouragement, and help in any way possible.

Connect with us:

Rachel Noble: Admissions Director
rachel.noble@trinitycollege.edu
727.569.1411

Sarah Pardue:  Admissions Representative
spardue@trinitycollege.edu
727.753.7162

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Answers to Questions about the Admissions Process

When should I start the application process?

The application process can be started one year before you plan to enroll.  An application is complete after you have submitted each of the components of the application (application, essay, church reference, personal reference, transcripts, scores, fee).  Once you are accepted, your acceptance status is valid for one year (three semesters).

Who should I use as a reference?

Your church reference must be a pastor, elder, deacon, or someone in leadership at the church that you currently attend.  Family members cannot complete the reference for you.

Your personal reference can be anyone that knows you well but is not related to you.  Examples include a teacher, Guidance Counselor, boss, co-worker, coach, family friend.

Once you have listed the name and contact information for your references, our office will reach out to them for you to complete the reference by phone or email.

How do I send my transcripts?

Official transcripts should come directly from your school to Trinity College of Florida.  In progress transcripts should be sent as you are applying.  Once you complete high school or your college semester you will then send final official transcripts.

Transcripts are not considered official if they are scanned and emailed to the college.  Any transcripts sent directly from the student are not official.  Official transcripts must come directly from the sending institution.

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