Trinity International University
Deerfield Campus

2065 Half Day Road
Deerfield, IL 60015

Toll-free phone: 800.586.3435
Phone: 847.317.8000
Fax: 847.317-8097
Website: www.tiu.edu

The Deerfield Campus of Trinity International University is a beautiful wooded campus of 111 acres located six miles west of Lake Michigan, 25 miles north of downtown Chicago, and 17 miles north of O’Hare International Airport. Though in a suburban location, we are close enough to Chicago to have easy access to the numerous educational, ministry, cultural, and sporting opportunities of the city.

Deerfield Campus Facilities

The R. A. Aldeen Building, on the north side of campus, contains classrooms, the Clothes Horse, the fitness center, the Department of Human Performance and Wellness faculty offices, and assessment lab.

Carlson Hall, also located on the north side of campus, is a men’s residence hall. Attached on the north side of the building is 111 Carlson Hall, which houses a large classroom.

The G. A. Gundersen Academic Building, on the east side of campus, contains The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity and two classrooms.

The Facility Services Building, on the east side of campus, contains Facility Services (Maintenance, Grounds, Custodial, Motor Pool, Locks & Keys, University Apartments & Graduate Housing Office, and Campus Safety & Security Services).

Johnson Hall, on the north side of campus, is a residence hall.

The Lee International Center, on the east side of campus, contains the offices of the academic and professional doctoral programs, as well as a conference room, a lounge, and an apartment for visiting professors. The EFCA Great Lakes district church planting office is also located in the Lee International Center.

The James N. Lew Building, on the west side of campus, contains the University Student Success Center, Career Services, Information Technology, Marketing, Graphic Design academic department offices, and Business academic department offices.

The W. S. McLennan Academic Building, also located on the west side of campus, houses college faculty offices and classrooms. It also contains the office of the Dean of the College and Graduate School, the offices of the Associate Deans, the Graduate School secretarial office, and science and computer labs. Offices for the Division of Education are also located in this building. The Petersen Wing of McLennan houses Trinity Central, Academic Records, and Student Leadership Development.

Madsen Hall, located on the west side of campus, is a residence hall that also houses the REACH adult education program offices

The Mansion Administrative Building houses the President’s office, the Provost’s office, University Advancement, Communications, and the Alumni & Community Relations Office.

The Kenneth M. Meyer Sports Complex, located on the southeast side of campus, contains exercise equipment, universal weight machines, a free-weight room, basketball and volleyball courts, and an indoor running track. The complex is available to the entire Trinity community when not in use by classes or athletic teams.

The Norton Welcome Center houses the offices of Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Admissions, and REACH/Adult Undergraduate Admissions.

The Arnold T. Olson Chapel was built by the EFCA in appreciation of Dr. Arnold T. Olson, who served as EFCA president for twenty-five years. The 500-seat chapel auditorium houses a two-manual, 25 rank Casavant pipe organ and serves as a worship center, lecture hall, concert hall, and conference facility. In addition to the auditorium, the chapel building holds classrooms, Human Resources the Business Offices, Office of Student Financial Services, and a student lounge.

Owens Hall is a residence hall on the south side of campus that also contains Health Services and the Counseling Center.

The Peterson Academic Building contains the Kantzer Faculty Center and the Veenstra Office Wing. Here you will find the TEDS dean’s offices, as well as the majority of TEDS faculty offices, the Office of Extension and Affiliated Education, and the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding. The Kantzer Faculty Center houses a 130-seat lecture hall and provides handicapped access to the Arnold T. Olson Chapel.

The H. G. Rodine Global Ministry Building, on the east side of campus, opened in December 2002. It features state-of-the-art seminar halls, conference rooms, and classrooms. Departments having offices here are Missions and Evangelism, Professional Doctoral, Placement, and Supervised Ministries.

The James E. Rolfing Memorial Library and the Carl F. H. Henry Resource Center serve the Deerfield Campus of Trinity International University. Print, media, and electronic resources are tailored to the curricula and information needs of the university community. The collection contains more than 240,000 book and periodical volumes (with access to more than 8,000,000), 150,000 volumes on microform, and more than 1,200 current periodical subscriptions. It also houses a computer lab.

These resources enable Trinity students to learn to deal effectively and efficiently with their information needs. The library offers access to wider resources through its participation in a variety of local, regional, and nationwide associations including ATLA (American Theological Library Association), ACTS (Association of Chicago Theological Schools), LIBRAS (a consortium of 18 area liberal arts college libraries), and OCLC (an international bibliographic utility).

The library’s distinctive collection includes two major microform collections of English-language works from the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries, archival materials of the Evangelical Free Church of America, and items from the personal libraries of two outstanding evangelical scholars—the late Dr. Carl F. H. Henry and the late Dr. Wilbur Smith.

Trinity Hall on the north side of campus opened fall 2006 semester. The centerpiece of the residence hall is a 5,000-square-foot community area great room called the Rushford Commons, which includes a video theater room. The hall primarily houses approximately 175 undergraduate students, including space for married students. Men are housed in the Minneapolis Wing and women in the Chicago Wing.

The Gregory L. Waybright Center houses offices for Student Life, including the Dean of Students, Intercultural Development, and the Spiritual Life and University Ministries Office..  Also in this building are the Hawkins Dining Hall, Fresh, student mailboxes, and amenities, such as ping-pong, air hockey, pool tables, television sets, and a “commuter corner” with lockers and kitchen facilities.

Trinity International University
South Chicago Regional Center

14200 S. Dante Ave.
Dolton, IL 60419

Phone: 708.201.2900
Fax: 708.2010.7980
Email: reachchicago@tiu.edu
Website: http://www.tiu.edu/southchicago

The divinity school offers the Master of Arts (Theological Studies), the Master of Arts in Urban Ministry, and the Certificate in Christian Studies at the South Chicago Regional Center. These programs provide the student with a well-structured combination of Bible, theology, and practical ministry courses designed to prepare students for effective service in a variety of settings, ranging from the local church to local and international ministries and missions. In addition, Trinity College offers the full bachelor’s degree and degree completion programs for adult nontraditional learners in Business Administration, Christian Ministry, General Business, Liberal Arts, Nonprofit Administration, Organizational Leadership, and Psychology. Trinity Graduate School offers the Master of Arts in Leadership. 

Trinity International University
Florida Regional Center

Broward County (Miramar):

3700 Lakeside Drive, Suite 200
Miramar, FL  33027
Phone: 954.382.6400
Fax: 954.382.6420
Email: gradflorida@tiu.edu
Website: www.tiu.edu/florida

Miami-Dade County (Kendall):

9010 SW 137 Avenue, Suite 101
Miami, FL 33186
Phone:  (305) 421-1000
Toll-Free:  877-477-4848

The Miramar campus is located at 3700 Lakeside Drive, Suite 200, Miramar, FL 33027.  The space occupies approximately 22,000 square feet and comprises the second floor of the building. The space consists of 10 classrooms equipped with smart classroom technology. It has 14 enclosed offices and three large spaces currently divided by cubicles. This new space includes a cafeteria. The building has over 1,000 parking spaces and is well lit at night. 

The Kendall site is located at 9010 SW 137 Avenue, Suite 101, Miami FL 33186. This 6800 square foot space is on the first floor of a professional Office building and includes 5 classrooms, 3 offices, a conference room, a small student lounge and study carols equipped with computers to facilitate student services. The complex includes ample parking.

Trinity Graduate School offers the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, with concentrations in Mental Health Counseling and Guidance and Counseling and the Master of Arts in Leadership (pending appropriate accreditation approvals) at the Florida Regional Center. Detailed information concerning these programs and the other programs offered by Trinity Graduate School are available by contacting the Director of Graduate Admission. In addition, the Master of Arts (Theological Studies) is offered through TEDS, and the EXCEL program offers full bachelor’s and bachelor degree completion programs for adult, nontraditional learners in the following areas: Business Administration, Christian Ministry, Elementary Education, Organizational Leadership, and Psychology.

Trinity International University
California Regional Center

2200 North Grand Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705

Phone: 714.836.7500
Toll-Free: 800.922.4748
Fax: 714.796.7190
Email: tls@tiu.edu
Website: www.tls.edu

The California Regional Center in Santa Ana, California, is home to Trinity Law School, which offers a traditional legal education with a Christian perspective. Some courses are taught in modular or weekend formats and, therefore, are attractive to students residing outside the southern California region.