At Trinity International University-Florida we believe that higher education should serve a higher purpose. We will help you expand God’s purpose in your life by providing the strong academic and biblical foundations you need for professional and personal success. TIU-Florida is growing all the time with undergraduate and graduate degree programs to help you pursue your passion!
TIU-Florida classes accommodate your busy schedule.
Students in the EXCEL undergraduate program attend class one evening or Saturday per week for 5-7 weeks. This schedule helps you plan your education around your work, family, and ministry commitments. Focusing on only one class at a time helps to ensure your success.
Students in TIU-Florida’s graduate degree programs attend class either once per week for 16 weeks, or 3 weekends (Friday night and all day Saturday). Schedules vary by program.
TIU-Florida faculty members are mature Christians, and experienced professionals.
Our students learn alongside instructors who live exemplary lives of Christian faith—working and ministering throughout the South Florida community. Small class sizes help all students enjoy a more personal learning environment where they can work closely with faculty to build knowledge and increase understanding
TIU-Florida is fully accredited.
Trinity International University-Florida, is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and is licensed by the Florida Department of Education's Commission for Independent Education, license #2605. Programs offered through the divinity school in Florida are further accredited by the Association of Theological Schools—the recognized accrediting association of theological schools in the United States and Canada.
TIU-Florida is approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs State Approving Agency for the training of qualified veterans under Title 38 of the US Code. Trinity is approved by the State of Florida to receive specific state grants, and is also approved by the federal government for students to receive aid through grants and loans.