Bellingham Campus: A Quick Study
Accelerated adult degree-completion programs
available in Washington state
In spring 2007, Trinity Western opened its first U.S. campus in Bellingham, Washington. The campus offers accelerated adult degree-completion programs customized for the individual who cannot otherwise pursue a degree.
Taught by professors from Trinity Western’s Langley campus and faculty in the Bellingham area, adult learners receive the highest quality of education in the fields of social sciences, psychology, and leadership.
The program combines online tools, weekly classes with fellow cohorts, and practicum experience. Students enjoy a collegium-style classroom, student study lounge, and offices.
Director of TWU Bellingham, Dan Sanford, Ph.D., says, “We are blazing a trail for TWU as we develop degree completion and long term operations in the United States. Also, for the first time we are providing faith-based instruction in an area that has not had this kind of private, values-based education available to it.”
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