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  Trinity College | Theological Seminary
Trinity is a non-profit Distance Learning Bible College and Theological Seminary.
Since 1969, Trinity has offered degree programs in Bible, Counseling, Pastoral Ministry, Preaching, Apologetics and Theology.
Trinity's self-paced degree programs, at bachelor's, master's, and doctorate levels, prepare you for ministry and professional life.
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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Trinity College, Carmarthen
Established in 1848, Trinity is the second oldest higher education institution in Wales (After the University of Wales, Lampeter), although it is simultaneously one of the youngest member colleges of the University of Wales.
Trinity College, Cambridge, one of the constituent colleges of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England.
Trinity College, Carmarthen, one of the constituent colleges of the University of Wales in Carmarthen, Wales.
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  University of Trinity College - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trinity's Faculty of Divinity is one of six Anglican seminaries in Canada, and is considered liberal and Anglo-Catholic in its theology.
Trinity College is also a member of the Toronto School of Theology (TST), which is an ecumenical federation of seven theological schools affiliated with the University of Toronto.
Trinity College (Men of College) and St. Hilda's College (Women of College) share with Wycliffe College, University College, and New College, the distinction of being Canadian Dominion cousins to namesakes in the University of Oxford in Great Britain, upon which the college system at the University of Toronto is modelled.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Trinity College, Perth
Trinity College, informally known as Trinity or TC, is a Catholic secondary school for boys in Perth, Western Australia.
In sport, Trinity competes against the other schools of the PSA competition which it joined in 1968.Trinity teams have won the 1st XVIII football competition 4 years in a row, and the Athletics 3 years in a row.
Trinity's arch rival in the PSA is Aquinas College.
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 Trinity College, Dublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin or more commonly Trinity College, Dublin was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, and is the only constituent college of the University of Dublin, Ireland's oldest university.
Since 1975 the colleges which now form Dublin Institute of Technology had their degrees conferred by the University of Dublin, this situation continued until 1998 and a merger was considered by the institute, but never seriously by the university.
The college is officially incorporated as The Provost, Fellows and Scholars of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin.
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 Trinity College, Cambridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trinity is the largest of all the colleges in Cambridge (and indeed Oxbridge), with around 660 undergraduates, 430 graduates, and over 160 Fellows.
It is also the wealthiest Oxbridge college with an estimated financial endowment of £700m (2005) (on a per-student basis, Trinity is one of the best-endowed educational institutions in the world).
Trinity College and King's College were for decades the main recruiting grounds for the Cambridge Apostles, an elite, intellectual secret society that once boasted members of real distinction but which is now considered to likely no longer exist.
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 University of Trinity College
Trinity Provost C.W.E. Body's hurried trip to England failed to counter the criticism, and early in 1891 the university decided to discontinue the examinations in London and New York.
Trinity established a board of musical studies in 1900 to oversee the affairs of the faculty and to name examiners.
When Trinity became a federated college of the University of Toronto on 1 Oct 1904, thereby surrendering its degree-granting powers in all faculties except Divinity, its Faculty of Music came to an end after having granted 161 B MUS degrees (including one honorary) and 34 D MUS degrees (including six honorary).
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 Université de Trinity College/University of Trinity College
Trinity s'affilia à l'Université de Toronto en 1904.
Trinity nomma George William Strathy professeur de musique le 28 avril 1853.
Trinity mit sur pied un conseil des études musicales en 1900 afin de superviser le fonctionnement de la faculté et nommer des examinateurs.
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 Trinity College : Rugby
Today Trinity has become one of the out standing Rugby playing schools in the island, this is complimented by the fact that Trinity has produced some of the best teams and players of Sri Lanka.
Trinity College won the 55th Bradby Shield encounter and the team was captained by R. Wickramasiri.
Trinity College under the captaincy of David Luchow won the 56th Bradby Shield encounter, recording the highest total 32 points by Trinity against Royal in a single leg of the Bradby shield.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Trinity College, Dublin
Trinity College, Dublin, corporately designated as the Provost, Fellows and Scholars of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin, was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, and is the only constituent college of the University of Dublin, Ireland's oldest university.
Trinity College, Dublin is a sister college to Oriel College, University of Oxford and St John's College, University of Cambridge.
Trinity College has 49 sports clubs affiliated to the Dublin University Central Athletic Club There is a very strong sporting tradition at Trinity; however, in recent years sporting prowess has diminished somewhat with most students engaging in sport for recreational purposes rather than for competitive reasons.
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 §10. Trinity College, Dublin. XIX. The Foundation of Libraries. Vol. 4. Prose and Poetry: Sir Thomas North to ...
In singular contrast to the numerous collections which have been dispersed by war, the library of Trinity college, Dublin, originated in a victory won by English arms.
It was in the year 1601, after the rebellion in Munster had been crushed, that the conquerors at Kinsale subscribed the sum of £700 for the purchase of books to be presented to the college; and, in 1603, James Ussher and Luke Challoner were sent to London to expend the money.
On his death, her ladyship received various offers for the same, the king of Denmark and cardinal Mazarin having been among the would-be purchasers; but Cromwell forbade the sale, and all that remained of the collection was ultimately purchased by the parliamentary army in Ireland for £2200.
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 TRINITY COLLEGE   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Trinity College is a Catholic school community open to all who wish to participate in the development of the following goals of growth and renewal: shared faith, Catholic identity, high quality education, contemporary curriculum, within an environment of excellent pastoral care.
Trinity College offers an education, which is responsive to the needs of students in the pastoral, academic, vocational, sporting and cultural fields, reflecting the life skills required for contemporary society.
Trinity College is a Catholic Co-educational Secondary College with a student population of around 790 students and a total professional staff of around fifty teachers.
www.trinitycollege.qld.edu.au /trinityhome.htm   (1865 words)

  
 Trinity College, Carmarthen
At the same time, however, the continuing dependence of the College's quality assurance arrangements on the energy and knowledge of a small number of key individuals did not appear to the team to be conducive to the development of robust formal or informal quality assurance, or to wider staff participation in their operation.
Members of the College who had participated in such events as panel members told the audit team that the focus at this stage of the validation process was on testing the adequacy of the curriculum and supporting statements put forward in the submission document.
The College may wish to consider the advisability of assigning a more prominent role in the development of an institutional policy for academic standards to its Academic Board, building on the steps the College has already taken to raise awareness amongst staff of the matters that remain to be addressed.
www.qaa.ac.uk /reviews/reports/institutional/heqc/TrinityCollegeCamarthen_QAG478.asp   (13497 words)

  
 Trinity College - College Closeup
Trinity is engaged in continuing campus revitalization programs that preserve its impressive Gothic buildings as it also develops a campus for the twenty-first century.
Off campus, the 256-acre Trinity College Field Station at Church Farm in Ashford, Connecticut, is dedicated to research in the natural sciences and a wide range of environmental educational endeavors.
Trinity seeks an ethnically and geographically diverse group of highly motivated students who have completed a rigorous course of study in secondary school and have demonstrated energy, talent, and leadership in a variety of extracurricular activities.
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 Trinity Christian College - College Closeup
Because Trinity’s honors program is based upon the principle that effective education involves the whole person, the program combines its academic, curricular components with a rich offering of cocurricular opportunities.
Trinity students are required to complete a field education course in at least one major program with the objective of introducing students to a professional application of their chosen major in an actual work environment.
Trinity Christian College’s tuition and fees are $18,896 for the 2007—08 academic year ($630 per semester hour).
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 About Trinity College
Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546.
The main entrance to the College is at the Great Gate on Trinity Street in the heart of the city.
Much is therefore expected of those admitted to the College, but Trinity welcomes all those, whatever their background, who have the ability and will to succeed.
www.cam.ac.uk /admissions/undergraduate/colleges/trinity   (334 words)

  
 The Directory of Canadian Universities - University of Trinity College
Graduate students in theology are admitted directly to the college and have access to the resources of the Toronto School of Theology.
The college recognizes the value of its Anglican heritage and welcomes students from all religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.
Undergraduate: Trinity College issues over $1 million in scholarships and bursaries to its students each year, in addition to awards granted by the University of Toronto.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Trinity College
college, who is also the superior of the community, and the president of the auxiliary board of regents.
Trinity College is composed of six professors from the
Annals of Trinity College (Washington, D.C.); SISTER OF NOTRE DAME, The Life of Sister Julia, Provincial Superior of the Sisters of Notre Dame (Washington, D.C., 1911); MCDEVITT, Trinity College and the Higher Education in The Catholic World (June, 1904); HOWE, Trinity College in Donahoe's Magazine (October, 1900).
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 About Trinity Bible College | Trinity Bible College
Trinity is located on a 28 acre campus in Ellendale, North Dakota, a friendly, virtually crime-free community.
Trinity is affiliated with the General Council of the Assemblies of God.
Mission Statement: Trinity Bible College is a biblically based Pentecostal institution of higher education providing a Christ-centered environment for the academic and spiritual preparation of men and women for ministry in church vocations and for service in other professions.
trinitybiblecollege.edu /about   (270 words)

  
 Trinity College Dublin - Dublin, Ireland Youth Hostels
Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth 1st, the College is in an enviable position in the very heart of Ireland's capital.
Standing on a self contained site, the College itself covers some 35 acres of cobbled squares and green spaces surrounded by buildings which represent the accumulated architectural riches of nearly three centuries.
-->Trinity College, Dublin, is one of the oldest universities in the British Isles, and the oldest in Ireland.
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 Trinity College - Online College Guide Written For Students By Students
The general consensus of Trinity students is that there is some diversity on campus, but that there is not much interaction between ethnic and cultural groups.
The majority of Trinity students seem to be from the upper-middle class, white, and American.
Trinity has, in the past, recruited squash players from all over the world; they don’t play around when it comes to squash.
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 Trinity College Cambridge - About Trinity College
Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546 as part of the University of Cambridge.
Trinity exists to give its members a rewarding, richly resourced, and intellectually inspiring place in which to pursue their education and research.
The chapel is a high point of a visit to Trinity, and an important part of College life for a number of its members.
www.trin.cam.ac.uk /index.php?pageid=2   (352 words)

  
 Trinity Theological College
Trinity Theological College, a member school of the Brisbane College of Theology, is registered with the Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST) to enrol students from overseas (Provider Number 00702C).
The college is also registered with DEST for its Study Abroad program whereby students from overseas can come to Trinity for up to two semesters taking individual courses at either undergraduate or postgraduate level which can then be credited into their academic program at their home institution.
International students need to be aware that Trinity College academic year consistent with the Australian practice for undergraduate and postgraduate studies commences the 3rd week of February (1st Semester) 2005 and 4th week of July (2nd semester) 2005.
www.trinity.qld.edu.au /index.php?page=content&idcon=921   (737 words)

  
 Trinity College
The College is the official channel of liaison between the Department, the Church of Scotland, and the continuing United Free Church of Scotland.
Through the connection with Trinity College, various useful resources are made available for the teaching of theology and student welfare in the Department.
Cooperation with the College and the Church is part of the School’s stated aims, and is constituted ultimately by parliamentary statute as a form of ‘concordat’.
www.religions.divinity.gla.ac.uk /School/trinitycollege.htm   (723 words)

  
 Trinity Christian College - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Trinity Christian College, private, coeducational institution in Palos Heights, Illinois, about 30 km (about 20 mi) southwest of Chicago.
Encarta and The Princeton Review offer a variety of tools for college-bound students, including a database of college information, an online...
Trinity College of Florida, private, coeducational institution in New Port Richey, Florida, about 40 km (about 25 mi) northwest of Tampa.
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 Trinity Theological College
The college seeks to help each student develop a mature understanding of the historic and biblical faith, reflecting a variety of Christian traditions from an Asian perspective with opportunities to have a hands-on approach to ministry through their experiences from Field Education.
Our college has also designed a degree programme (MTS) for who those who are looking to be theologically-trained but may not have the inclination to be in full-time ministry.
Trinity Theological College is committed to provide sound theological education for ALL its students.
www.ttc.edu.sg /ttce.htm   (376 words)

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