Information and Links for Current Students
Current students should check this page regularly for information.
Advising – Class Selection
It is ultimately the student’s responsibility to keep track of his or her academic progress. Please use the tools below, in conjunction with Self-Service, to ensure that you are taking the right courses at the right time.
Use the Academic Plan to record the courses you have sucessfully completed. Plan your future semesters using the 2013 – 2016 Course Schedule. Please note that every course is not offered each semester.
Students are eligible to graduate when they have completed all of the requirements for an associate’s degree. Students can graduate in the summer, fall, or spring.
The Commencement Ceremony is held once a year in May. All graduates from the previous year (summer, fall, or spring) may participate. Students cannot participate unless they have completed the requirements by the date of commencement. Please do not confuse commencement with graduation.
The Graduation Checklist will help to ensure that students are ready to transfer to Trinity’s Main Campus.
The Commencement Ceremony is directed by the Office of Student Service. Students need to make sure to follow all of the directives of the Office of Student Services regarding Commencement. Generally, the Office of Student Services will begin to communicate with students during March to prepare for the May Ceremony.
Students will receive information through email, a Commencement Packet in the Mail, and the Commencement Section of the Trinity Website. Students need to make sure that they complete all of the tasks required to participate.
Academic Policies and the Student Handbook
Most policy questions can be answered by reading the Undergraduate Academic Handbook of the School of Professional Studies. Please make sure that you are familiar with this document.
In addition, students should also be familiar with the policies found in the Student Handbook. This includes policies on the following: Children on Campus, Academic Honesty, and Student Financial Responsibilities.