Our helpful representatives assist you in choosing the right degree, centered on your goals.
At Trinity College we find that all of our students have one thing in common – a genuine desire to care for and help other people. It’s this heart and compassion that will not only bring you focus in your academic career, but will also help you continually strive to be the best you can be.
At Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences, we know that the training and skills you develop in our programs will directly impact the level of care that you provide in your communities, which is why we are diligent and thorough in the education we deliver. We offer four different academic degree programs
to our students, delivered in multiple formats that meet student needs.
You could be part of the newest class of nursing and health science professionals. Learn to care for others while making a difference.
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Students in our programs are better prepared when they graduate, resulting in above average pass rates on board exams, providing competent care in changing health care environment, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team. Our education integrates theory and practice, giving you direct access to the Trinity Regional Health System organizations and their resources
Upon being accepted to a program of study, you will immediately begin receiving personalized attention from faculty and staff, who will help mentor and guide you through your program so that you will be prepared to deliver quality health care to your patients.
All new students are required to complete the College orientation. Orientation prior to the first official day of class.
Orientation is intended to provide students with necessary information for to Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences. Additionally, our Safety Education Training provides students with basic information that will enable you to begin safe practice in your clinical areas.
Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences admits students regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national and ethnic origin, disability, or sexual orientation.