College Junior 2013-11-10T18:08:08Z
Trinity is an extremely small and diverse school. They are always very accepting of people from every background and race. Even though we are a Christian school, we are accepting of all religious backgrounds.
College Junior 2013-11-10T18:02:23Z
Romios is a less than two minute walk from the school and my favorite restaurant. Dine in experiences are the best (pizza ordered to go it usually too greasy). The cost is very good for the quality of amount of food!
Tokyo Teriyaki is a very popular restaurant for students! It has great prices and students can even use money from their meal plan to pay. the food is incredible!
There are countless cafés within a block or two from the school along with great pizza places!
College Sophomore 2013-07-28T21:00:45Z
We have less than 200 students and have several different races/ethnicities and religions.
College Sophomore 2013-07-28T20:55:01Z
They like to give money to get the students they are interested in, but there isn't always enough money.
College Junior 2013-03-08T06:10:03Z
im in the Early childhood program, it's very hands on and classes are small. Sometimes the workload can be crazy, but fun. All the professors are suppportive and work with you. An internship is required, which open door to other oppurtunities.
College Senior 2013-03-03T07:08:58Z
Besides a few bars in downtown Everett, the Nightlife doesn't exist. Most of the student body is made up of minors thus the party scene is private and kept away from curious adults.
College Senior 2013-03-03T07:07:08Z
While Trinity Lutheran is a Christian school, there are many who attend the school with unique beliefs and values. TLC is an extremely diverse school with students coming from many countries.
College Junior 2013-01-20T16:02:40Z
Its unique with the apartments. Off the top, you get what its like to be an adult.
College Junior 2013-01-20T15:59:00Z
Its school. You do stupid stuff, it catches up to you. Keep your head on straight and you'll be fine.
College Junior 2013-01-20T15:54:27Z
Guys & Girls:
I'd say the people here are average. There are a few outliers, but mostly average.
College Sophomore 2013-01-10T06:52:05Z
It's a small campus but everyone get a free membership to the YMCA so everyone has a facility to get their sweat on. The commons are a great place to hang out with everyone during lunch but usually it's very clear for other activities as well. There's a lot of parks really close to the campus and apartments to play tennis or just hangout.
College Sophomore 2013-01-10T06:42:25Z
The teachers offer one on one opportunities all the time, so any student feeling left behind is always given chances to catch up. Students also benefit from personal attention with Trinity's low 7:1 student-to-faculty ratio. The small campus makes it good for a small community type feel so you know everyone pretty well. Knowing everyone lets you feel comfortable with studying more often. It's a good overall atmosphere.
College Sophomore 2013-01-10T06:26:22Z
The RA's are usually real chill but the rules at the school are a little strick about drinking and drug use, like all colleges usually are. It's really no surprise that they wouldn't want that type of activity on school grounds or the apartment buildings. The only police that students deal with are the ones in the city, so don't mess around. Be discreet and invite good friends only when you hang out. Unless you live off campus, there's nothing too big to do.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-16T05:53:04Z
My major is early childhood education and it is a great program to be a part of here because the school has an onsite preschool. This has given me the chance to practice things that I have learned in the classroom in real situations with early learners. The workload has never been to rigorous and challenging, but it definitely gets more demanding as you reach completion of your degree. Internship opportunities are endless here and some people have gone as far as Africa!
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-16T05:50:50Z
Professors are one of the greatest highlight of Trinity Lutheran College. They are very knowledgeable about what they teach and truly care about the students. They are easy to get a hold of for help because of the small college atmosphere. The curriculum for each area of study differs in difficulty and workload, but overall I would say it is average for a small college. The registration process is simple and all professors and staff members work hard for the students to get the education they want.
College Senior 2012-10-22T20:03:15Z
I just switched majors to communications. It looks really challenging, but extremely educational. The teachers are all doctorates, who run the program, and have extensive knowledge in statistics, research methods, etc. I'm looking forward to learning from them. Then, their teachings will set me up for my college-supplied internship next fall so that I can work somewhere in the community, and practice the skills I've obtained. My workload isn't too much of a hassle right now because I transferred in about a month ago (before fall semester), but next semester it will be much more intensive. I'm looking forward to the opportunities that are being extended to me from Trinity Lutheran College.
Recent Alumnus 2011-10-03T17:47:48Z
Apartment Living Is the Best – Living on campus is amazing. Our apartments, are a bit old, but we don't live in a box but in an apartment where you have a bathroom you only have to share with, at most, 3 other people. We can cook as much as we want in our full kitchens.
College Senior 2011-03-29T18:06:15Z
Everyone really gets along. WE have dances at schools and they have arcade like games down stairs and it is open till 11. there are a lot of parties, but be careful so not get caught
College Senior 2011-03-29T18:04:30Z
New Program – There is only soccer as of right now, but golf and cross counry is on its way for fall 2011. The students are very involeved being such as small school. They have a lot of school spirit for our size. The facilities are not where they should be, but it is being worked on quickly. the two teams are very very good!
College Senior 2011-03-29T17:58:30Z
Meal Plan – I rate the meal plan a C becasue we are only served lunch from the hours 11am to 2pm. The freshman have to pay for the meal plan, but after that you do not have to purchase it. The foos is much better than a regular university becasue they are home made and different things every day. You do not have a lot of choices everyday. I would rate it much higher if there was dinner served
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