You’ve found it at Trinity Lutheran College.
Our student-to-faculty ratio is 8:1. You receive unprecedented access to your professors, people who will walk with you closely as you explore your faith and future.
Our graduates get jobs. 95% of Trinity graduates are placed in a job or graduate program within six months of graduation.
Homeschooled applicants are evaluated on an individual basis.
At Trinity, we understand that each homeschool student has a diverse educational foundation from homeschool co-ops, being taught solely at home, or in partnership with other public or private schools. That is why we strive to make the admission process as accommodating as possible for incoming students.
When applying to Trinity, simply submit your application online as a first year student. Click here for application instructions.
Submit any parent-made transcripts as well as any from educational partnerships. If such transcripts are not available, a portfolio of high school completion should be submitted. Contact the Office of Admissions for more information at admissions@TLC.edu or 1.800.843.5659.
Trinity also offers homeschool students the opportunity to take classes while still in high school to be used as transferable college credits.
If you have any questions or would like more information on Trinity Lutheran College, applying, and/or campus visits please feel free to contact the Office of Admissions at 1.800.843.5659 or email email@example.com.
"My greatest fear when entering college was feeling lost in the crowd. I don't feel lost! I feel known, listened to, and empowered to pursue my passions and continue my education.
I believe Trinity Lutheran College recognizes the value and diversity home educated students bring to campus. My advice to prospective students would be to apply, show Trinity your unique talents and dreams, receive Trinity's generous scholarships, then be prepared for a fantastic college experience."
-Rachel Preston, homeschooler and current Trinity student majoring in Music
“First and foremost, the idea of a small community was important to me. I’ve found that I learn really well in a smaller class where my professor can spend more time with me. At Trinity, I have become an important part of the community, not just a shadowy figure wandering from class to class.”
- Lance Green, Class of 2011, Theology major