Trinity International University Moves to New Home in North Lauderdale

Left to Right: Blossom Brady, Registrar; Dr. Gene L. Green, Dean; and Susie Cohen, Assistant Professor of Education, signing the lease for Trinity Florida’s new home.

After a season in temporary quarters, Trinity International University – Florida is strategically relocating to its new permanent home in Broward County. Trinity’s new classrooms, offices and library are in North Lauderdale adjacent to Riverside Church. During construction, Trinity Florida’s offices at 947 Rock Island Road are open and classes meet in the classrooms of Riverside. Trinity’s reconstructed facilities will open to students during the Spring Semester of 2021. The City of North Lauderdale has warmly welcomed the University and its commitment to strengthen the educational opportunities for the community and students throughout Broward. Trinity Florida maintains its dedication to students in Miami-Dade through its Kendall site.

Along with other national universities, Trinity has remained open during the pandemic through remote learning. Starting in January, Trinity Florida moves to a HyFlex model of education that allows students to gather for classes in person or participate synchronously in the same classes via Zoom. “Safety is our primary concern as we fulfill our educational mission to educate men and women to engage in God’s redemptive work in the world,” said Dr. Gene Green, Dean of Trinity Florida. Safety protocols are in place for class gatherings while students who cannot attend in person can still benefit from the educational dynamics of the classroom. “With a new location in Broward, new faculty, new financial aid, and the promise of new programs for the Fall semester, the future of Trinity Florida shines bright.”

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