Lesson Instruction and Academic Work
Course work comes in many different forms at Trinity. Please be sure to look this page over carefully to make sure you have the information that best suits your needs.
Online Lesson Submissions
For Module and cassette submissions, there are a specific set of instructions for proper format for an Online Lesson Submission. Students must use a Microsoft Word or Word-compatible word processor for all Online Lesson submissions. (This does not apply to Postal lesson submissions). [Read More]
Postal Lesson Submissions
Postal course work must be properly formatted, but the choice of Word Processor (or even typewriter) is up to the student. [Read More]
Proctored Summations are for the chance to prove what you have learned in a Trinity course. They are proctored, timed, handwritten tests taken at the end of your course. [Read More]
Official Transcript Request Form
Official Transcript Frequently Asked Questions
“How Will I Do My Research?” Form
General Education Information
Report on the Revision of Trinity General Education
National Omicron-Psi Honor Society
Institutional Review Board
Trinity Writing Helps Manual
| Examples and Template Files
Online Lesson Submission Template (Save to your computer)
Use this template (which includes a cover sheet) for sending lessons online.
Reading Log (Save to your computer)
This lesson submission template includes a pre-formatted reading log for assignments that require you to keep a reading log of the assigned texts.
Listening Log (Save to your computer)
This lesson submission template includes a pre-formatted listening log for assignments that require you to keep a listening log of the audio lectures for the course.
Viewing Log (Save to your computer)
This lesson submission template for video seminars includes a pre-formatted viewing log for the module that requires you to keep a log of time spent viewing the video seminar.
Sample Online and Postal Lesson Submission
Sample Postal Submission
Postal Lesson Submission Coversheet