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Streamlined Application

Trinity streamlined our application for transfer teach-out students. We recognized your work and accomplishments for you to be previously accepted to college. We narrowed our process down to three steps:

STEP ONE: Complete the Application

STEP TWO: Complete your FAFSA (Our school code is 030282)

STEP THREE: Request your official transcripts be sent to:

Trinity College of Florida

Need assistance? Call your Admissions Team Direct Number 727.569.1383

TCF Grant $2,500

Trinity College of Florida wants to help you have an easy transition into our college family. That is why we are offering a $2,500 grant! Some restrictions apply, such as full-time status etc.

Do you have 60 or more college credits?

Trinity Quest Degree completion is for students you have earned 60 or more credits for transfer into the program. Trinity has four Bachelor of Science degree completion programs. (Available on campus, evenings or online.) 

Note: Bachelor of science degrees programs require a minimum of 60 transferable credits. Don’t have 60 credits? We will complete an assessment to maximize your transfer credits.

Current Teach Out Plans

A transfer plan is a written plan that ensures students are able to finish their programs of study they began at a different college. (Some plans include written agreements between the closed school and other schools that are still open for teaching are called teach out plans) If you are from Johnson University or Alliance University, click your school below for specific teach out plans.  

Transfer Students

Transfer students must submit official sealed transcripts from all previously attended colleges and/or universities, in addition to the general application procedures outlined in this section. NOTE: High school transcripts and scores (ACT/SAT/CLT) do not need to be submitted if an applicant’s college transcript indicates successful completion of an associate’s degree or has attempted at least 24 credits. The preferred transfer student’s minimum grade point average is 2.2 (4-point scale). Source: Page 12 Academic Catalog