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School type
Four-year liberal arts

Religious affiliation

Average class size

Average GPA

Average ACT score

Average SAT score

Programs of Study

• Art and Design
- Art Education
- Art History*
- Art Therapy
- Art Studio
- Digital Design
- Graphic Design

• Biology
- Bioinformatics
- Biology
- Biology Education
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Studies*
- Health Science*

• Business, Accounting, and Economics
- Accountancy
- Business
- Business Education
- Economic Studies*
- Entrepreneurial Management
- Entrepreneurship*
- Finance
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing

• Chemistry
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Chemistry
- Chemistry Education

• Communication Arts
- Business Communication
- Communication Arts
- Health Communication
- Theatre*

• Computer Science
- Computer Science
- Computing

• Criminal Justice

• Education
- Diverse Learners*
- Education*
- Education Studies*
- Elementary Education
- Elementary Education Studies
- ESL/Bilingual*
- Middle Grades Education
- Special Education

• English
- English
- English Education
- Writing*
- Writing and Web Design

• History
- Black Studies*
- History
- History Education
- Social Science Education*

• Mathematics
- Mathematics
- Mathematics Education

• Music
- Music
- Music and Worship
- Music Education
- Music in Worship*
- Music Production

• Nursing

• Philosophy

• Physical Education, Recreation, and Kinesiology
- Coaching*
- Exercise Science
- Health Education*
- Health Science*
- Physical Education
- Recreation and Sport Management
- Sport Studies

• Physics*

• Psychology
- Neuroscience and Behavior*
- Psychology
- Speech-Language Pathology

• Science
- Science*
- Science Education*

• Social Work

• Sociology
- Sociology*
- Urban Studies*

• Spanish
- Spanish
- Spanish Education
- Spanish for the Professions

• Theology and Christian Ministry
- Biblical Studies
- Christian Ministry
- Cross-Cultural Ministry
- Historical and Systematic Theology
- Theology
- Youth Ministry

Five-Year BA-–MDiv

Pre-professional Programs
• Engineering 2+2
• Pre-law
• Pre-medicine
• Pre-seminary

Graduate Degrees
• Counseling
• Psychology
• Special Education Behavior Intervention Specialist
• Special Education LBS I

* Minor only

The world needs you
An ambitious and curious person ready to make an impact. You need an outstanding education, concerned about the whole person—for God, for good, and for the world. Trinity develops students into leaders with extraordinary faculty who mentor and give you an education that meets your individual goals. 

Opportunity abounds… a college experience near Chicago. This is a place where those opportunities equip you to build a life that matters. Our serene campusis in close proximity to more learning, cultural, career, and social opportunities than you can imagine. Our Chicago Semester program immerses students in urban living and internships that become résumé highlights.

Maximum opportunities for financial aid
• First-time freshmen in the fall of 2018 received over $21,200 in total scholarships and grants. Apply today or speak with one of our financial aid professionals to discover how affordable a top-tier Trinity education can be.

• Those who filed the FAFSA were awarded nearly $17,000 in total scholarships and grants.

• More than 98% of traditional undergraduate students receive financial aid.

• 19% of 2016 graduates who began at Trinity as freshmen graduated debt-free.

Bringing college to life
Student activities, NAIA athletics, communal worship, study breaks in the Caf...hundreds of opportunities exist to meet fellow students from other majors and 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. 

Visit Days
Visit Days offer the opportunity to visit campus with other potential students and see student life in action. Customize your day to see and experience everything that interests you about Trinity. Attend a class, tour campus, meet students and professors, eat in the dining hall, and more. These days offer the best chance to make the most out of your visit to campus!

Upcoming Visit Days
• February 15 
• March 1
• March 22
• April 5
• April 26

Individual Visit Day

Pick any day and let us tailor a visit that works for you and your schedule.