General Admission Policy

Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences is dedicated to preparing health care professionals for the global community. The Health care programs at Trinity are academically challenging and indicators for success include:

  • Quality of high school work (overall GPA)
  • ACT score
  • Previous college credit/GPA, if applicable
  • Quality (GPA) of work in required general education courses,  e.g.; Anatomy & Physiology I and II

A selective admission process is used based on the number of applications received by the College. Students are offered admission based on this process. Early admission notification will be made by December 20. All students will be notified of admission decisions beginning  February 1.

Minimum High School Requirements

Students seeking admission directly from high school must have earned the minimum high school course requirements with a “C” or above.
 

Subject Years of Study Topics
English 4 Emphasizing written and oral communication and literature
Mathematics 3 Algebra (introductory through advanced), geometry and trigonometry
Social Studies 3 Emphasizing history and government
Science    3 One year biology, one year chemistry and one additional year of lab science or its equivalent

Readmission Policy

Students who have left the college for at least one semester without completing an approved Intent to Return Form must re-apply to the college. Students who desire to complete their degree coursework at the college must:

  • Complete and submit the college application and renewal fee
  • Send official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended since leaving the college
  • Complete all other general admission requirements as applicable

Nursing Students:  Refer to ASN/BSN Program Progression Policy in the college catalog for Request for Readmission Policy/Procedure.

Trinity College certificate graduates desiring to complete general education courses to earn an Associate Degree must meet with the Registrar to confirm a degree plan, which must be completed prior to May of 2016.