Be prepared to succeed.
Schedule a visit to our campus in Palos Heights, Illinois, just 30 minutes from downtown Chicago.
Exceptional classroom and hands-on education
Trinity Christian College’s community of life-shaping Christian scholarship equips students to pursue their faith and educational formation through over 80 programs of study, unique opportunities in Chicago and overseas, and outstanding field experience. Students cross the graduation stage inspired and prepared to boldly answer God’s call.
Chicago connects to global learning
In less than 30 minutes, students have access to the global city of Chicago. This incredible city provides a limitless resource for culture, art, theater, and sports and ways to transform a passion to serve into action that will make a difference in the world. The Chicago Semester immerses students in urban living and internships that become résumé highlights.
Maximum opportunities for financial aid
• First-time freshmen who indicated they would be living on campus were offered an average of $16,400 in total scholarships and grants for the 2015–2016 academic year.
• Those who filed a FAFSA were awarded an average of $16,800 in total scholarships and grants.
• More than 98% of traditional undergraduate students receive financial aid.
• 19% of 2015 graduates who began at Trinity as freshmen graduated debt free.
God-honoring fitness and competition
The DeVos Athletics and Recreation Center includes two gymnasiums, a fitness center with a bouldering wall, classrooms, and a human performance lab. The Schaaf Athletics Complex provides fields for soccer, softball, and baseball. Programs include men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s volleyball, track & field (co-ed), and cross-country (co-ed).
Bringing college to life
Student activities, communal worship, study breaks in the café . . . hundreds of opportunities exist to meet fellow students from other majors as well as make a best friend for life. Students become part of favorite campus traditions like the Troll-led OPUS parade, but they also become part of changing the lives of others.
School Type: Four-year liberal arts
Religious Affiliation: Interdenominational
Student-Faculty Ratio: 11:1
Average Class Size: 20
Average GPA: 3.4
Average ACT Score: 23
Average SAT Score: 1070
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Biology—Allied Health Science
Biology—Environmental and Ecological
Church and Ministry Leadership
Cognitive and Speech Development
Communication Arts—Film Studies
Communication Arts—Media Studies
Elementary Education Studies
Middle Grades Education
Music in Worship*
Neuroscience and Behavior*
Social Science Education*
Speech and Communication Sciences*
Sports and Exercise Studies
Allied Health Science
Speech Language Pathology
Special Education LBS I
Special Education LBS II and BCBA Certification
* Denotes minor only