Trinity School Of Medicine Celebrates 10 Years Of Success, Growth

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In its 10th year of operation, Trinity School of Medicine announces major growth, continued success

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Trinity School of Medicine is celebrating its 10th year in operation with growth commensurate with its recent successes in accreditation and approvals. In addition to new hires and internal reorganizations, Trinity has moved its administrative offices to a larger, modern facility in Roswell, GA.

Trinity School of Medicine Celebrates 10 years of Success, Announces Growth

Founded in 2008, Trinity School of Medicine is celebrating its 10th year in operation with growth commensurate with its recent successes in accreditation and approvals. In addition to new hires and internal reorganizations, Trinity has moved its administrative offices in Alpharetta, Georgia to a new location in Roswell, GA.

Joining the admissions advisement team is Elise Froistad, LMFT. Elise is a psychologist and practicing counselor with extensive background in addressing the needs of regional populations as well as providing individual support. This experience will be pivotal in providing valuable guidance to young adults and their families as new students undertake a major life transition like enrolling in a medical school far from home.

Trinity is also adding a second associate director of admissions to cover the west coast. Lisa Miller joins Trinity effective Feb 2 after concluding her role as campus director for the Cortiva Institute. Lisa has twenty years of higher education experience and brings not only her expertise in admissions forecasting and recruiting but also an extensive network of universities that have developed trust in her guidance for their students over the years.

Finally, Kim West has joined Trinity administration as registrar and vice president of admissions. Kim comes to Trinity from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, where he was registrar and associate vice president for enrollment services. At Kennesaw State, Kim provided oversight of student marketing, admissions, financial aid, registrar, and veteran affairs operations. He led the development of a strategic enrollment plan to enhance student recruitment, persistence, progression, and degree completion. Other responsibilities included implementation of enterprise-wide software systems to enhance service to students.

To accommodate the continued growth, Trinity has also moved its office of administration in the United States from Alpharetta, GA to a much larger space at suite 200 of 925 Woodstock rd. in Roswell, GA. This renovated, modern facility will serve as US base of operations for the administration and recruiting teams as they continue to expand to address the needs of the school's incoming students. President of the school, Steven R. Wilson added, "Over the past decade, Trinity has cleared every bar and demonstrated its continued dedication to quality. We strive not just relying on outside metrics but internal goals to help us surpass prior successes and offer everything we can in support of our students and graduates. The expertise and expanded administration we've added to the team, as well as our new offices, are only the beginning of the next phase of exciting development for Trinity School of Medicine and its students, faculty, and staff."

About Trinity School of Medicine
Trinity School of Medicine is a fully accredited International medical school focused on helping students achieve their goals of becoming licensed physicians in the U.S., Canada, and around the world. Trinity is known for its early clinical experience, internally supportive and externally philanthropic campus culture, and a marked dedication to the study of excellence in medical education.

To find out more, visit http://www.trinityschoolofmedicine.org/

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