Concurrent Credit

ryanastTrinity offers more than 70 hours of concurrent college credit for students. The average student will graduate with 30 hours of college credit.

  • Classes are taught in Trinity classrooms where Trinity faculty serve as adjunct professors. Students earn both high school and college credit at the same time.
  • Classes are taught during the school day. There are no evening classes.
  • Students pay an additional fee directly to the appropriate university. Concurrent credit fees, however, are significantly less than typical tuition at a university — just $75 to $80 per credit hour.

List of Concurrent Credit Courses – 2017-18