Trinity Baptist College is pleased to announce that Dr. Adam Christmas has been promoted to become the corporation’s […]
Trinity at Oakleaf celebrates its ninth anniversary this month. Pastor Daniel Riddick (Pastoral Theology ’07) has been the […]
This academic year, our theme is “Real: with God, ourselves, and others”. In keeping with that theme, the […]
Alejandra Baromeo graduated from TBC’s Special Education program in December 2011. She began her teaching career immediately after […]
We crave authenticity. We look for evidence of it in our peers, our mentors, and the leadership figures […]
“Open your mouth for the mute, for the rights of all who are destitute. Open your mouth, judge […]
In Hollywood, where perception and fame often outweigh substance and sincerity, one TBC alumnus is making a remarkable […]
From its establishment in 1974, the college has historically been marked by not only teaching students in the […]
Joe Cotroneo grew up in the sunshine state of Florida, just outside of Orlando. He was adopted as […]
Three ways to maximize your study sessions.
At this point in your life you are very familiar with classwork, exams, and, of course, studying. No doubt you are studying. The question is, are you studying effectively?
Creating Opportunities for Real-World Experience
Over the past several years, Trinity Baptist College has developed a strong relationship with nearby Crystal Springs Elementary (CSE). Through the Federal Work Study Program and in collaboration with CSE, Trinity Baptist College was able […]
Dealing With Goodbye
People get weird when it’s time to say goodbye. Especially when it is a long-term goodbye. Yes, even adults. Maybe you can identify yourself in one of the following examples: You get hyper and say […]
Keyboard shortcuts every college student should know
We humans are funny. No matter how easy something is, we are always looking for a shortcut. This could stem from a genuine desire to be as effective as possible… but then again, it could […]
Your College ID: A Diamond in the Rough
There are a whole slew of firsts that come along with the first week of college. There’s move-in day, orientation day, saying goodbye to family, locating the laundry room, living in a building full of […]
Off To College: One Thing You Can't Afford To Leave Behind
Naturally, becoming immersed in college will mean you become a bit less involved in life outside of college – especially as a campus resident. There is a delicate balance, however, between full involvement in your college life and maintaining honest communication with family and mentors back home.
The down side of having a plan
Make plans but keep an eraser handy. Truly life-impacting moments are missed when a checklist and an itinerary become the focus.
What to pack for college dorm life?
Starting to plan for dorm life? You probably have questions. How in the world do you pack an entire life into one section of dorm room? How do you decide what comes with you and […]
5 Things To Learn Before Moving Out
Many times, going to college means “moving out.” Moving out is exciting! It means you’ve reached a new level of independence and maturity. If that is where you find yourself today, congratulations! You’ll find that […]
Three tips for every commuter student
Often, moving out is assumed when people talk about going to college. However, that is not always the case. In fact, statistics show that the commuter student population is over half that of on-campus students. […]
Creative Ways to Fund Your College Education: Finding a Flexible Job
The job hunt can be a tedious task. College students are in the particularly complicated position of needing jobs that accommodate class schedules. Flexible jobs absolutely do exist, but sometimes it takes a little […]