Seventeen on the Seventeenth! September 11 marked the beginning of the orientation program as the initial class of TJC – numbering 17 in all - gathered in the nearly-completed Chapel-Library building. Classes began on September 17th.
Evangelical Beacon, October 2, 1962, p. 8 [TWU Archives: F 8 B 1 File 53]
President Hanson helps arriving students unpack, 196-
[TWU Archives: 1998-01-3821]
David Enarson, Chair of the new Board of Governors, introducing the "student from the greatest distance, Mary Strombeck of Moline, Illinois, to the student closest to TJC, Ken Wilson of Langley." Evangelical Beacon, October 2, 1962, p. 8
[TWU Archives: 1998-01-1603]
This registration card belonged to one of Trinity’s first students.
[TWU Archives: F 8 B 17 File 6]
A New Frontier!
Promotional TJC Brochure, printed ca. 1961.
[TWU Archives: F 37 2 B 1 File 12]
Home Away From Home
Chef Ingvald Jenstad and his staff prepared amazing meals in the original farmhouse kitchen, ca. 1964.
[TWU Archives: 1998-01-4919]