As a student at Trinity College, you have the opportunity to obtain various kinds of support. The following is information on each of these support resources.
The Student Services Office at Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences provides many valuable resources. Recruiting and Admissions assist prospective students with their college choice. Registration and the Student Success Center encourage student retention while Student Life and Alumni Affairs enhance the Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences experience. Student Services is located at the main entrance. The Admissions Office can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (309) 779-7700.
Student Financial Services
The Student Financial Aid Services Office at Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences provides financial aid resources and assists students with their financial questions, including grant and loan questions. The Billing office provides student billing and well as various options for student bill payment. The Student Financial Services office is located in Student Services Department at the main entrance and the staff can be reached at:
Undergraduate and graduate students are responsible for registering online via the Student Portal, My Pulse, during the designated registration period. Your assigned academic advisor will guide you through the program and facilitate course selection, career development, and academic progress. Meet with your advisor to complete paperwork to register for general education classes.
Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences provides various resources for academic support.
As a student at Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences, There is also an academic resources page on the Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences website that includes helpful study links, writing and APA resources, and medication calculation resources.
Trinity Colleges Library provides multiple resources for students, including access to EbscoHost, a database with many full-text articles. The Library is located at the UnityPoint Health - Trinity campus Rock Island. To access the Library, click on this link: http://www.trinitycollegeqc.edu/library.aspx.
Counseling and Spiritual Support Services
All students are eligible to participate in the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) as offered through Precedence, Inc. and UnityPoint Health-Trinity. EAP is an employer-sponsored program that uses counselors who specialize in the assessment of personal problems. Students may seek EAP assistance independently or can be referred by their Faculty/Advisor/Program Coordinator or Dean. Brochures are available in Student Services or from an Academic Advisor. EAP services are available 365 days per year, 24 hours per day by calling:
This is a free, limited, confidential program and will not be part of the student's academic record. The EAP resource can assist students in accessing the appropriate resources to deal with concerns that might interfere with their personal and educational development while in College. The service is available to every student who has a difficulty or concern. Included in the service is assistance with personal, social, academic, professional, and vocational concerns. Concerns about drug and alcohol, marital difficulties, financial concerns, and others can be addressed.
- 800-383-7900 or 309 -779-2273.
- Services are located at:
3416 Blackhawk Rd,
Rock Island, Illinois.
The Department of Spiritual Care also assists students, patients, associates, and their families in times of personal, spiritual, and emotional crisis. The Office of Pastoral Care is located in Unity Point Health-Trinity. Phone is 309-779-2989.
Policies College Wide
The general policies covering a multitude of topics are laid forth in the Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences Academic Catalog and found under Policies & Procedures.
Lenore Knock is the Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences ADA coordinator. If you have a documented disability, please contact Lenore Knock at:
to see what services and academic accommodations you may be eligible to receive. An accommodation based on a student's disability may relate to the administration of testing, examinations, or other coursework. Students provided with such accommodations must continue to adhere to the College's academic honesty & integrity policy and to the College's standards of behavior. Failure to adhere to the academic honesty & integrity policy and the standards of behavior may result in corrective action.
Below is a list of links to technologies that are used in Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences online courses. The links will take you to the Accessibility Statement for each product.
Privacy Policies for Technologies
Below is a list of links to privacy policies for the technologies that are used in Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences online courses. The links will take you to the Privacy Policies for each product.