Because Trinity College of Florida has such a rich history, which began in 1932, the college archives are filled with photographs, yearbooks, lectures and information regarding its history, including graduating evangelist Billy Graham. Trinity College of Florida and the Raymond H. Center library grant access to its archived collections subject to library policies and donor restrictions.
Permission to access College Archives
Permission to Publish Trinity College of Florida (Florida Bible Institute) materials
Before materials from Trinity College of Florida's college archives, located in the Raymond H. Center Library and vault, may be quoted in print or reproduced, in whole or in part, in any publication, permission must be obtained from both Trinity College of Florida and/or the holder of the copyright (should that differ from TCF). This includes all images, books, papers and recordings that may be found in the college archives. Permission to access information kept in the college archives is not the same as permission to publish. If interested in publishing, please fill out the form titled "permission to publish" and submit it to the Raymond H. Center Library for review.
For questions regarding the above mentioned persmisions, please contact the Library Director, Cindy Hyer.
Trinity College of Florida and the Raymond H. Center Library will occasionally grant permission for individuals to photocopy or digitize information or photographs using a scanner/photocopier or camera under the following conditions: