Trinity-Byrnes increases number of international students
Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School has expanded its global initiative with students enrolled this year from China, Korea, Germany, and Thailand. Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate school hit a record-breaking enrollment number this academic year with 254 students, twenty-one of which are international students. The international dimension is important at Trinity-Byrnes in order to prepare students to be broad-minded, respectful, and accepting of people of different cultures and races. The diverse student population allows all students to gain real-life experience in order to be successful in an increasingly diverse world.
With the increase in international students this year, Trinity-Byrnes expanded its partnership with Coker College by developing an additional residential home for international students. The first house on Coker’s campus was arranged last year. The students in each house live with a Trinity-Byrnes staff member, have a Coker College dining plan, and have access to the Coker DeLoach Center fitness center and library when needed.