You are invited on a journey to explore the variety of academic programs offered at Trinity Bible College. All of our academic programs share the central purpose of preparing Spirit-filled men and women for Christian service. Whether it is in the context of vocational ministry, education, business, music, counseling, or other areas of study your personal, professional and spiritual development are essential.

A Core Curriculum of Classes in Bible & Theology
Every B.A. and A.A. program at Trinity includes a core curriculum of classes in Bible and Theology. Most B.A. programs of study include the Major in Biblical Studies particularly those with a vocational ministry focus. Due to the educational requirements of the Teacher Education and Business Administration programs most students will choose the Biblical Studies Minor, however some may choose the Biblical Studies Major in order to have a broader Bible basis. These programs of study are designed to integrate faith and learning.

You Won’t Get Lost in the Crowd
Our size and unique setting makes every student important. You are not likely to get "lost" in the crowd. Our student-faculty ratio of 11:1 allows you to actually become acquainted with your instructors, making your educational experience more personal and meaningful.

A Spirit-Filled Collegiate Setting
Trinity provides you with the opportunity to learn in a Christian environment, develop life-long relationships in a Spirit-filled collegiate setting, and mature and develop in your walk with God. Chapel services and Christian Service opportunities supplement the classroom experience and enhance practical spiritual development. Perhaps the most important element is to explore the calling of God in your life regardless of vocation.

Trinity Bible College is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (formerly Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges, AABC). This means that a degree from Trinity is recognized by and transferable to other accredited colleges, universities, and graduate programs.