Trinity International University Adopts HyFlex Education Model

Higher education is evolving. Trinity International University – Florida continues to advance, making sure that it serves its students, faculty, partners, and community well. For that reason, this past January the university adopted a HyFlex model of education. This provides students with the option of taking courses face-to-face at either its North Lauderdale or Kendall sites, or via Zoom from wherever they are in the world. 

The effects of Hyflex

Jessica Waddell, a student in the MA in Leadership program, considers that the main benefits of this new model are the comfort and flexibility it provides to both students and professors, particularly in the context of the global health crisis.

For his part, associate professor of theology Dr. Jules Martínez Olivieri hopes this institutional move serves as an incentive for prospective and current students to enroll. Trinity Florida wants to be highly accessible to students without compromising the high-quality education the university is known to offer.

The HyFlex model is only one of the new things happening at Trinity Florida. Connect with the university to learn more about how Trinity Florida can help you achieve your educational goals for 2021 and beyond: 

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