This page has been created to fulfill the disclosure requirements under Title IV. Federal regulations require Institutions participating in financial aid programs to disclose specified information to all prospective students, current students and employees.
TIU faculty members:
View the degree programs, training, and other education offered at all locations.
Policies on transfer credit:
To view the school policies on transfer of credit, including the criteria it uses regarding the transfer of credit earned at another school, click your location beneath:
To view the total costs of attending the school (tuition and fees; books and supplies; room and board; applicable transportation costs, like commuting) and any additional costs of the program in which the student is enrolled or has expressed an interest, click your location beneath:
Student success rates can be found here for:
Overview of financial aid:
To view the need-based and non-need-based federal, state and institutional financial aid that is available to students, financial aid steps required, and how funds are distributed to students, visit the Financial Assistance section of our University catalog
Information on loans:
The terms and conditions under which students receive Direct Loans and Perkins Loans
Financial aid requirements:
To view Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards Required for Financial Aid, visit the Satisfactory Academic Progress page of our University catalog.
Tuition refund policies:
Federal aid eligibility for study abroad programs:
If you enroll in a study abroad program approved for credit by TIU, those credits can be considered as enrollment in TIU for purposes of applying for federal student aid. To apply for federal aid, a student must submit a FAFSA here. Please contact the TIU Student Financial Services office at [email protected] for additional information.
Student body diversity information for Pell Grants:
View a PDF of information on student body diversity in the categories of gender and ethnicity of enrolled, full-time students who receive Federal Pell Grants
If you are selected for “Verification” by FAFSA:
Up to 30% of applications are selected at each school by the Department of Education for verification. A student whose FAFSA is selected for this process cannot receive any federal or state aid until the verification is completed. If your FAFSA application is selected for verification by the Department of Education, the Student Financial Services Office will provide you with documents explaining the procedures. View information regarding verification here.
Private (alternative) loan information:
Rights and responsibilities for state financial aid:
View a PDF of the state of IL MAP Grant Guidelines.
Rights and responsibilities for federal financial aid:
Terms and conditions of employment-based financial aid:
View the terms and conditions of any employment that is part of the financial aid package for all locations
Detailed loan information:
To view the terms of, the schedules for, and the necessity of loan repayment and required loan entrance (first-time borrowers) and exit counseling, and terms and conditions under which student loan deferments may be requested, click the links beneath:
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) information
Please note that loan information for students/parents who enter into an agreement regarding Title IV, HEA (Direct or Direct PLUS) will be submitted to the National Student Loan Data System and will be accessible by guaranty agencies, lenders, and institutions determined to be authorized users of the data system.
Who to contact for financial aid disclosure and general financial aid information:Deerfield Campus: Financial Aid
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:00pmFlorida Campus: Financial Aid
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.Law School: Business Office
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pmWho to contact for general school issues:
Deerfield Campus: TIU Switchboard 847.945.8800
Florida Campus: Front Desk 954.382.6442
Law School: General Line 714.796.7169 or 800.922.4748
Teacher Preparation Program Report:
View the Teacher Preparation Program Report – Title II here
Several of TIU’s educational programs are designed to meet educational requirements for a specific professional license or certification that is required for employment in an occupation related to such programs.
Information regarding whether completion of a particular program would be sufficient to meet licensure requirements in each State for such occupations is available through the following links:
Trinity Law School
Drug and Alcohol Abuse:
For more information, please contact our Campus Safety office at 847.317.6400 or [email protected].
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act Survey & Report:
The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) requires co-educational postsecondary institutions that participate in a Title IV federal student aid program and offer an intercollegiate athletic program to prepare an annual report to the Department of Education on athletic participation, staffing, and revenues and expenses, by men’s and women’s teams. The Department will use this information in preparing its required report to the Congress on gender equity in intercollegiate athletics. EADA is designed to make current and prospective students aware of a school’s commitment to providing equitable athletic opportunities for its men and women students. The Department of Education has provided a website http://ope.ed.gov/athletics/ that provides data from thousands of college and universities in a convenient searchable form.
To access information for our institution, please visit http://ope.ed.gov/athletics/ and click on ‘Get Data For One School’, enter ‘Trinity International University – Illinois’ in the Name box and choose ‘Continue’, select ‘Trinity International University – Illinois’ and choose ‘Continue’. Copies of the current EADA Survey are linked below.
Trinity International University strives to provide a high quality education, consistent with our mission of educating men and women for faithful participation in God’s redemptive work in the world by cultivating academic excellence, Christian fidelity, and lifelong learning. If concerns arise regarding grades, interpretation of policies, and/or other matters, students should follow the appropriate appeal process, as outlined in their school’s catalog (for academic matters) or student handbook. Questions about finances or fees should be addressed to the Student Financial Services office.
If a concern cannot be resolved through the aforementioned processes, the student may make a formal complaint to the appropriate Dean’s office. Formal complaints should be addressed in writing, and be dated and signed. If resolution cannot be reached with the dean, the student may choose to submit the formal complaint to the Provost/Chief Academic Officer or the university president.
Illinois Campus (Deerfield):
If a student has exhausted all avenues of resolution as outlined above within the university and the complaint cannot be resolved, the student may file a complaint with the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) or with the university’s accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission.
Florida Regional Center:
If a student has exhausted all avenues of resolution as outlined above within the university and the complaint cannot be resolved, the student may file a complaint with the Commission for Independent Education or with the university’s accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission.
Trinity Law School/California Regional Center:
If a student has exhausted all avenues of resolution as outlined above within the university and the complaint cannot be resolved, the student may file a complaint with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education or with the university’s accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission.
Online or Distance Education Complaint Resolution:
Students enrolled in distance education/online classes should follow the institutional complaint resolution process as outlined above. If all avenues of resolution within the university have been exhausted and the complaint cannot be resolved, the student may contact the university’s accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission, or the appropriate state agency for the student’s state of residence. State agency details can be found by clicking the relevant state below.
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