Trinity welcomes parent involvement – especially parents of students making decisions about where to attend college. We understand the seriousness of this decision and desire to assist parents in helping their child make good choices about a college education.
Trinity’s 7:1 student-to-faculty ratio means that your child will benefit from smaller class sizes and from more direct faculty contact than at most other colleges. Our faculty are professional leaders in their respective fields, each with extensive experience and education, ensuring our students receive a top-notch education.
Trinity Lutheran College has one of the lowest tuition and comprehensive costs of any private, accredited, four-year college in the State of Washington. This translates into great value for our students. Our financial aid packages are generously awarded and we diligently strive to limit the long term cost of loans that a student may have to take out to attend Trinity.
Tuition & Fees – Determine the cost for your child’s education at Trinity.
Financial Aid & Scholarships – Learn more about the financial aid process and available scholarships.
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Trinity offers a wide variety of campus life activities, including community-building activities, educational events, and recreational opportunities. For on-campus students, our vintage-style apartments provide students with a unique living situation, complete with spacious living quarters, full kitchens, and private bathrooms.
Trinity’s location in downtown Everett is a one-of-a-kind urban setting: Our college is just blocks from Puget Sound, with the gorgeous backdrop of the Cascade Mountains to the east. Students have easy access to restaurants, professional sports, entertainment venues, and recreation opportunities.
Our Location – Read more about our location in the great Northwest
Downtown Everett – See what’s great about downtown Everett
Play in Everett – Things to see and do in Everett
Experience Washington - Explore Washington State and the Pacific Northwest
Trinity’s accreditation is on par with most other public and large private colleges. We are accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, one of six regional associations in the United States that accredits schools and colleges. NWCCU is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
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