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Trinity College Tuition

HOW MUCH DOES COLLEGE COST?

So you are ready to build your college experience at Trinity? We want to help you build a life to make a difference, so we want to be upfront with all costs (direct and indirect) as you are making your decision. We also offer generous financial aid packages tailored to you, as we understand everyone’s situation is different.

Average Aid for Freshman Students Entering College

  • Total Financial Aid from all sources: $26,050
  • Gift aid (Scholarships and grants): $18,000
  • Federal student loans*: $6,012
  • Work study: $1,500
  • Additional loans*: $3,178

*For those that borrowed

COSTS

Annual Tuition & Fees

$30,700

On Campus Housing and Meals/Year

$9,650 – $9,950

ESTIMATED OUTSIDE COSTS

Estimated cost of books & supplies (varies)

$1,100/year

Estimated cost of transportation (varies)

$1,100/year

Estimated cost of personal/miscellaneous expenses:

$1,700/year

Information about Trinity’s costs is available from various sources, including the College Catalog, College Navigator, and various publications. A full description of a student’s budgeted cost of attendance—including  estimated figures for indirect costs like transportation, books and supplies—can be requested from the Financial Aid Office.

Estimate your costs
& financial aid package

Estimate your costs
& financial aid package

Over 98 percent of Trinity students receive financial aid. Learn more.

All students with accepted financial aid in excess of charges billed by the College may request a book voucher from the Business Office in order to purchase books and supplies from the College Bookstore, starting 10 days prior to the start of the term.

Students receiving a Federal Pell Grant can receive a book voucher even if they do not have an anticipated credit balance. Students are advised that any amount of Federal Pell Grant used to purchase books and supplies is no longer available to pay tuition, which in effect increases the student’s balance due to the college.

Students who are convicted of a drug law violation while receiving federal student aid (grants, loans, work-study) may have their eligibility for federal financial aid suspended.  Students who lose their eligibility can regain it early by successfully completing an approved drug rehabilitation program or by passing two unannounced drug tests administered by an approved drug rehabilitation program.  Students who are convicted of a drug-related offense after submitting the FAFSA might lose eligibility for federal student aid, and could be liable for returning any financial aid received during a period of ineligibility.  Information about the College’s programs and policies for the prevention of drug & alcohol abuse are outlined in the Student Handbook.

FOUR PAYMENT PLAN DUE DATES

Trinity offers a four payment plan which allows students to make four tuition payments throughout each semester for a small $40.00 fee.

Fall Semester

  • 1st payment is due August 22
  • 2nd payment is due September 19
  • 3rd payment is due October 17
  • 4th payment is due November 14

Spring Semester

  • 1st payment is due January 16
  • 2nd payment is due February 13
  • 3rd payment is due March 12
  • 4th payment is due April 16