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Trinity is a great looking school.Quite BrightEducation
Trinity is a great looking school. I have been here for two years almost three and haven't had many problems with staff or students. Beware of some things, such as who you talk to in financial aid, especially to a person named Denise she can be very rude and hard to get in touch with. Also if you get a mentor some of them can be negative. For the most part e c everyone else is very nice and polite.
more→Aug 23 2014
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Useful Schoolwork: D
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Trinity Christian College is a beautiful school withBrightPsychology
Trinity Christian College is a beautiful school with mostly wonderful professors that are passionate about what they do and making sure that you succeed. That being said, Trinity lacks any form of social life if you are not Dutch and of the Christian Reformed Church. All of the clubs on campus are either community service organizations or clubs based upon your major. Everyone here seems to have known each other from birth, so if you are stepping in from an outside perspective or commute it is easy to feel left out. The psychology program at Trinity is excellent and does not receive the credit that it deserves. Ironically, the education program which is less than wonderful always receives the most attention. Also, there are a ton of exercise science majors here.
more→May 01 2014
2nd Year Female -- Class 2016
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: F
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When visiting Trinity I quickly found out thatQuite BrightNursing
When visiting Trinity I quickly found out that the atmosphere of this place is "COMMUNITY." People desire to get to know you. Even the RA's are different. They are not there to beat down on the rules but rather to value you as a person, as a friend, and as someone who is important, not only in their eyes but in the Lord's.

When people talk about nothing to do on campus, it's because they don't do the things available. The Student Activities committee is always planning fun events on the weekends and during the week. Residence Life has great community building events. And we also have a Spiritual Life group that plans opportunities for personal and community worship.

Having friends is all about putting in effort to be a friend yourself. If you do that, you will find that Trinity has people who want to be real and honest with you. Get involved. Pour into others and you will find the community here to be incredible.Academically, we are small, but the programs offered are rigorous. Professors will provide more opportunities for research and growth if you ask as well. They desire to get to know you and meet with you whenever you'd like. They care for you as a person and as a student. Take advantage of that.

more→Dec 11 2013
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Innovation: B
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