We aren't your typical Christian college on a green campus. So the only way to “get” Trinity is to visit.
Our “campus” is—literally—Everett, WA. A hip, small city just 30 minutes from Seattle. Classes are held in a beautifully renovated building downtown. Our residence halls are cool, vintage apartments located two blocks away. And our learning laboratory is the city itself with its opportunities for classroom learning, internships, ministries and service learning.
Interested in studying music, graphic design or communications? Check out Trinity's Music & Communication Arts Visit Day on Feb. 21. You'll tour campus, meet faculty in the Music, Communications and Graphic Design & Visual Communications departments, learn more about these academic programs and find out what you can do with your degree.
Attend Spring Visit Day on March 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is your chance to check out campus, talk to current students and learn about the academic programs that interest you. You'll also have the chance to meet with faculty and get info on financial aid and scholarships. Register today and bring your friends with you.
Need a ride? Transportation is available from the Seattle and Tacoma areas.
Arrive on April 13 for dinner with your family at 5 p.m. Admitted students receiving academic scholarships will be recognized and hear from alumni. Then spend the night in the Trinity apartments. The next day, you'll tour campus, sit in on classes, meet with faculty and get to know current students. Depart campus at 1 p.m.
During a customized visit we can customize your time on campus to focus on what interests you most. Our student hosts will give you the campus tour, provide insights into Trinity life and introduce you to Trinity students.
You will also have the chance to meet professors, possibly audition for a talent scholarship, sit in on classes, discuss the admission process and learn more about financial aid. Morning visits are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. Afternoon visits are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays at 2 p.m.