Grads and Students Say


Chapel Choir

Some of our doctoral graduates had this to say:

  • Dr. Rick Steinberg
    "I chose Trinity both for my MDiv program and as the college of registry for my PhD. Trinity has fewer requirements than some of the other colleges and thus provides the widest options. Trinity is supportive of its students studying in any of the other colleges, while at the same time providing a spiritual and liturgical life in chapel worship and a community atmosphere. When it came to writing the comprehensive exams in order to qualify for the thesis, I received much help from the experience of Trinity staff including those not directly involved in my subject. It was the whole Trinity experience that helped me persevere through the long process that ends with the defense of the thesis"
  • Dr. Christopher C. Brittain
    Assistant Professor of Ethics and Theology
    Atlantic School of Theology
    Halifax, NS

    "Trinity College provided an excellent context for my doctoral studies: challenging professors, superb library resources, access to a first-class university system, and an intimate and supportive college community. I left Trinity with a degree that I was proud of, and with a broad range of experiences that have served my professional career very well"
  • Dr. Paul Wagner
    "I chose Trinity because it offered an invaluable blend of academic and professional training within an ecumenical setting that broadened my vision for ministry. In addition, the community at Trinity genuinely demonstrated the love of Christ to me during a time of personal need, for which I shall always be grateful. I am proud to be an alumnus of Trinity College!"
  • The Rev. Matthew P. Cadwell (current student)
    Th.D. student in Systematic Theology
    Boston, Massachusetts
    B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College; M.Div., Episcopal Divinity School.

    "I have been pleased with the academic environment at Trinity College and the TST. My studies focus on the development of Anglican theology, particularly over the past two centuries. With two Anglican colleges in the TST, there is no place in North America better suited to support my work. Trinity's faculty act as supportive colleagues, encouraging me to develop my voice as an interpreter of theology and a contributor to the Anglican tradition. The College has supported my work with generous fellowships, bursaries, and teaching assistantships, which have not only made my studies possible, but have also contributed to my professional development. "