Trinity recently sent out the following information via email to prospective students. Our New Catalog takes effect on September 12th, 2008. Enroll Now under the 2007-2008 catalog for only $249 per class!Many changes have taken place with Trinity over the last several years and significant changes are on the horizon. Trinity is actively working towards an application for accreditation with a U.S. Department of Education (USDE) recognized agency for programs not already validated by the University of Wales and this application is scheduled to be made by the Fall. In addition to increased restrictions and prerequisites for our doctoral programs, THE PH.D PROGRAMS WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE AFTER SEPTEMBER 11th. We hope that you still have an interest in a Ph.D. program and we want you to be a part of this great growing experience with Trinity. To help you manage with the expense of continuing your education, we are offering an opportunity to enroll in the Ph.D for only $249 per class (excluding textbooks and enrollment fees). To take advantage of this offer, you must enroll in at least 3 classes and pay your tuition and fees in full. All classes can be completed 100% through distance/online education and are self-paced, to complement your lifestyle and schedule. Time for this program is limited AND THE PH.D PROGRAMS WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE AFTER SEPTEMBER 11th and NO extensions will be available so you will need to act quickly by calling me at 1-866-203-4175 to make your arrangements! Please remember that the tuition reduction plan of $249 per class refers to tuition only and only applies to the classes you register for. It does not cover the cost of textbooks or enrollment fees and will not apply to the 12 week online or University of Wales classes. Standard fees will also apply to seminar classes. Dr. Robert Shigley Doctoral Enrollment Advisor 1-866-203-4175 Trinity College of the Bible and Trinity Theological Seminary 4233 Medwel Dr. Newburgh IN 47630 www.trinitysem.edu What do you think? Is it the same old game of Trinity applying for accreditation and withdrawing upon determining that their program cannot meet the accreditation requirements? Have they found a new accreditor who may accredit them without significant changes? Who is the new accreditor? DETC? TRACS? What's their game plan? Are they really making significant changes to bring their programs up to snuff? Let us hear what you think?