Tuition & Aid

WE KNOW THAT COST IS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR


With so many educational options, why choose Trinity Florida? Our program is unique, and we are committed to helping you achieve your goals, including how to afford your degree. For starters, we offer one of the most affordable adult undergraduate and graduate programs around, and with two campuses you can choose where to attend classes. Our flexibility allows you to attend classes one evening per week, Saturdays, and/or online. Below you will find information about what it might cost you to enroll at Trinity Florida.  For questions or concerns, please contact [email protected].

TUITION AND FEES FOR 2020-2021
UNDERGRADUATE COSTS PER HOUR/CREDIT
Tuition (1–12 hours) $555/credit
Audit Fee $130/credit
Comprehensive Fee $350/sem (Full-time load/12+ hrs)

$200/sem (Part-time load/1–11 hrs)

Challenge Exams $125 (Nonrefundable admin fee per exam)

$125 (Charge per hour)

Transcription Fee $50
A per-course and/or exam (CLEP) fee charged to current students for transfer credit evaluation.
 
PLA (Prior Learning Assessment) $135
PLA Administrative Fee $135

Please keep in mind that there are other estimated expenses in addition to the cost of tuition, such as books, supplies, and other materials. 

TRINITY GRADUATE SCHOOL (Florida) & TEDS (Florida) COSTS PER HOUR/CREDIT
Tuition (1–12 hours) $720/credit
Overload Fee (13+ hours) $350/credit
Audit Fee $130/credit
Comprehensive Fee $350/sem (Full-time load/9+ hrs)

$200/sem (Part-time load/1–8 hrs)

Continuation Fee $375/sem (First two years)

$600/sem (After two years)

APPLICABLE FEES FOR ALL PROGRAMS 
Administrative Withdrawal Fee (per course) $130
Application Fee $45
Graduation Fee $160
Late Payment Fine $45
Late Registration Fee $105
Late Registration Fee for Audit $55
Returned Check Fee $40
Withdrawal Fee per Course $80

All rates are effective beginning Summer 2020

INDIRECT COSTS

For us to determine your financial need, we are allowed to include the following expenses in your cost of attendance. These expenses are not charged to your Trinity student account; however, they are expenses you should consider. 

COSTS PER SEMESTER
Books & Supplies $600
Transportation (if applicable) $770
Personal Expenses $600

While the indirect costs above are those we are allowed to use for determining financial need, the estimated expenses for any individual student will vary based on a number of factors.

AFFORDING TRINITY FLORIDA PROGRAMS

Now that you have a plan for your future, how can you get there? Affording your degree can seem like one of the most challenging aspects of this process, but it doesn’t need to be. We have helpful staff ready to answer your questions, show you a way forward, and point you towards resources like the ones below. For any additional questions, contact the Student Financial Services team at 954.382.6442 or [email protected]. We are here to serve you!

SCHOLARSHIPS

The Financial Aid team would love to help you receive the best financial aid award. Please contact the financial aid team at [email protected], or by reaching out to your admissions counselor directly, if you’ve already been in contact with one.

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

COMMUNITY PARTNERS PROGRAM

Trinity International University-Florida educates students from South Florida’s unique intercultural population for full and faithful participation in God’s redemptive work. Trinity Florida achieves this by cultivating academic excellence and life-long learning through a distinctive Christian worldview in preparation for service to the local and global community. Through Community Partnerships, organizations, schools and churches have the unique ability to aid students in higher education, offer internships, and uplift students through their journey of higher education and preparation for global ministry.

Learn More

GRANTS & LOANS

GRANTS

Grants are a form of financial aid that do not need to be repaid. Students pursuing a degree at Trinity Florida may be eligible to receive federal or state grants. Additionally, Trinity International University makes tuition scholarships (see below) available to students who demonstrate special ability or financial need. The University reserves the right to limit the number of scholarships awarded in any program.

Federal Pell Grant

To be considered for this grant, the student must complete the FAFSA and send it to the Federal Processor. Once the FAFSA is processed, the Student Aid Report (SAR) will be generated and sent directly to the student. The student is instructed to review the SAR for any needed corrections. The TIU Financial Aid Office will evaluate the electronic SAR to determine the student’s eligibility. Students may be eligible for awards ranging from $585 to $5,775 per academic year.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

To be eligible, the applicant must be a full-time student at TIU and show a financial need as reported on the SAR. Awards range from $100 to $1,000 per academic year. This program has limited funding, so it is strongly recommended that students apply early.

TEACH Grant

Through the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007, Congress created the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program that provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families. For more information, please visit the TEACH Grant portion of the federal website.

LOANS

Student loans can come from the federal government or from private institutions like banks. The money is borrowed and will need to be paid back to the government or bank with interest.

Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan

A need-based long-term loan administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Eligibility is determined by the information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the schools total cost of attendance minus all other aid received. The interest rate is a fixed 6.8% for graduate and professional students. Interest rate for undergraduate students for loan disbursed on or after July 1, 2010, will be fixed at 4.5%. Interest accrual and repayment begins six months after the student graduates, drops below half-time enrollment status or separates from the institution.

Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan

A long-term loan administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Eligibility is determined by the information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the schools total cost of attendance minus all other aid received. The interest rate is fixed at 6.8% and interest accrual begins at the time the loan is disbursed. The borrower is responsible for the interest that accrues while in school and during grace and deferment periods. Students may opt to pay the interest while in school or have the interest added to the outstanding principle. Repayment begins six months after the student graduates, drops below half-time enrollment status or separates from the institution.

Direct PLUS Loan for Parents

The Direct PLUS Loan for Parents is a low-interest, government guaranteed loan available to parents of dependent undergraduate students. This is a non-need based loan for those who do not have an adverse credit history. The interest rate is currently fixed at 7.9% and starts accruing immediately after the first disbursement, and repayment begins within 60 days after the loan is fully disbursed. You can postpone repayment on your Parent PLUS loan until six months after the dependent student leaves school or drops below half-time. During this postponement period, the parent is responsible for the interest that accrues and has the option to pay the accrued interest or have the interest added to the outstanding principal. Borrowers may borrow up to the total cost of attendance minus other financial aid received. Dependent students whose parents do not qualify for a Direct PLUS may borrow the Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan up to the student’s loan limit based on grade level.

Direct PLUS Loan for Graduate/Professional Students

The Direct PLUS Loan for Graduate/Professional Students is a long-term, low-interest loan for Graduate and Professional Students, not their parents. This is a non-need based loan for those who do not have an adverse credit history. The interest rate is currently fixed at 7.9% and starts accruing immediately after the first disbursement. The student (borrower) is responsible for the interest that accrues while in school and during grace and deferment periods. Students may opt to pay the interest while in school or have the interest added to the outstanding principle. Repayment begins 60 days after the loan is fully disbursed, while the student is still enrolled. Borrowers may borrow up to the total cost of attendance minus other financial aid received.

Borrowers must apply for the maximum eligibility under the Direct Stafford Loan Program prior to applying for Direct PLUS Loan for Graduate/Professional Students.

ALTERNATIVE/PRIVATE EDUCATION LOANS

This is a variable rate loan that students take out on their own behalf. This loan requires a credit check and possibly, a cosigner. Interest rates vary depending on the lender. Alternative loans are available through commercial lenders for educational costs during periods of enrollment. They are based on credit-worthiness. We recommend that students request a copy of their credit report to check for accuracy and that all valid credit problems are addressed before applying for an alternative loan. We strongly suggest that students submit a FAFSA and seek federal loan assistance before attempting to participate in any alternative loan programs.

Private loans should be considered a last resort.

Find out why

FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES

At Trinity Florida, we want to do everything we can to make your education affordable. There are many different funding sources that exist to help make this possible. Below are a few aid resources for your convenience. If you have any further questions about available aid, please feel free to contact our financial aid team at [email protected] and we will be happy to assist you.

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH ENGINES

  • FastWEB: Set up a personalized profile that will match your specific skills, abilities, and interests to fastWEB’s database of more than 400,000 scholarships.
  • College Board FundFinder: Locate scholarships, loans, internships, and other financial aid programs from noncollege sources that match your education level, talents, and background. Complete the profile form and Scholarship Search will find potential opportunities from a database of more than 2,000 undergraduate scholarships, internships, and loan programs.
  • U.S. News: Utilize this personalized search tool to find scholarships that match your specific background with your best scholarship options.

HELPFUL TOOLS

DELTA PHI EPSILON

The Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation awards scholarships annually to qualified women pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees.

 

MILITARY BENEFITS

Do you have questions about applying for GI Bill benefits or transferring your military credits? The information below will answer some of them.

GETTING STARTED: 3 INITIAL STEPS

1. Apply to Trinity Florida. In addition to filling out the application, provide your transcripts and test scores as needed, and your Joint Services Transcript (JST) for credits you might have earned while in the service.

2. Get your GI Bill Benefits.

Apply Here

3. Talk to Trinity’s VA Certifying Official. Contact Dennis Martinez, at [email protected] .

MILITARY FAQS

Can I get credit for my military experience or military courses? To determine which credits transfer, have your official Joint Services Transcript (JST) sent directly to Trinity.

Can I use military benefits as a non-degree seeking student? You must be a degree-seeking student to receive military benefits at TIU.

What Chapters are certified through Trinity?

Chapter 33- Post 9/11 GI Bill (Most Common)

Chapter 30 – Montgomery GI Bill (Active Duty)

Chapter 35 – Survivors and Dependents Assistance

Chapter 1606 – Selected Reserves

Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (Fry Scholarship)

Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits

Tuition Assistance Benefits

How do I know what military benefits I’m eligible for?

Certificate of Eligibility letters are issued to students directly from the VA. Apply Here.

Military Tuition Assistance program applications can be found here:

APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID

Below are the steps that you should follow to complete the application process for financial aid at Trinity Florida as well as the necessary forms you may require.

HOW TO APPLY

These are the steps you need to make sure you complete in order to be eligible for financial aid during your time at Trinity.

  1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1.
    Trinity Florida school code: 012314
  2. Complete a Direct Master Promissory Note. If this is the first time you are requesting a Direct Loan while at Trinity, you will need to complete a Master Promissory Note
  3. Complete Direct Loan Entrance Counseling. All first-time Direct Loan borrowers must complete online Entrance Counseling. Entrance Counseling provides information about how to manage your student loans both during and after college.
  4. Review and return your Award Letter. You may accept or reject any portion of the financial aid offer by circling (A) for accept or (R) for reject. Please return your award letter stating your intention to our office within 2 weeks of receipt.

MEET THE DEADLINES!

October 1: Earliest date to submit the FAFSA

FINANCIAL AID FORMS & LINKS

If the following items are needed to complete your financial aid award, you will be notified through email and/or on the myTIU Financial Aid dashboard. Please hand-sign all verification documents where needed.  If you have any questions, please contact Student Financial Services at 954.382.6442 or [email protected]. We are here to serve you!

DEPENDENT VERIFICATION FORMS

2020-2021 Forms

Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose

Florida Residency – Dependent

Income and Expense Breakdown – Dependent

Special Circumstances – Dependent

Verification Worksheet – Dependent

INDEPENDENT VERIFICATION FORMS

2020–2021 Forms

Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose

Florida Residency – Independent

Income and Expense Breakdown – Independent

Special Circumstances – Independent

Verification Worksheet – Independent

IMPORTANT LINKS AND FORMS

FAFSA

IRS Non-filing Request Form

Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling – for Federal Direct Loans first time Trinity borrowers

Plus Loan Application – Grad Plus Loan or Parent Plus Loan (note that Plus Loan Entrance Counseling is required for first time Plus Loan borrowers)

Selective Service Request – If requested you must register for Selective Service  at www.sss.gov or supply the Selective Service Status letter at http://www.sss.gov/Status.html.

Tax Return Data – Use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in your FAFSA at www.FAFSA.gov OR request a Tax Return Transcript from the IRS at “Get Transcript of Your Tax Records”.

TEACH Entrance Counseling

TEDS/TGS New Student Financial Aid Application

TEDS/TGS Returning Student Financial Aid Application

TEDS/TGS Summer Financial Aid Application

Title IV Authorization Form

Student Account Refund Request

WE KNOW THAT COST IS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR


With so many educational options, why choose Trinity Florida? Our program is unique, and we are committed to helping you achieve your goals, including how to afford your degree. For starters, we offer one of the most affordable adult undergraduate and graduate programs around, and with two campuses you can choose where to attend classes. Our flexibility allows you to attend classes one evening per week, Saturdays, and/or online. Below you will find information about what it might cost you to enroll at Trinity Florida.  For questions or concerns, please contact [email protected].

TUITION AND FEES FOR 2020-2021
UNDERGRADUATE COSTS PER HOUR/CREDIT
Tuition (1–12 hours) $555/credit
Audit Fee $130/credit
Comprehensive Fee $350/sem (Full-time load/12+ hrs)

$200/sem (Part-time load/1–11 hrs)

Challenge Exams $125 (Nonrefundable admin fee per exam)

$125 (Charge per hour)

Transcription Fee $50
A per-course and/or exam (CLEP) fee charged to current students for transfer credit evaluation.
 
PLA (Prior Learning Assessment) $135
PLA Administrative Fee $135

Please keep in mind that there are other estimated expenses in addition to the cost of tuition, such as books, supplies, and other materials. 

TRINITY GRADUATE SCHOOL (Florida) & TEDS (Florida) COSTS PER HOUR/CREDIT
Tuition (1–12 hours) $720/credit
Overload Fee (13+ hours) $350/credit
Audit Fee $130/credit
Comprehensive Fee $350/sem (Full-time load/9+ hrs)

$200/sem (Part-time load/1–8 hrs)

Continuation Fee $375/sem (First two years)

$600/sem (After two years)

APPLICABLE FEES FOR ALL PROGRAMS 
Administrative Withdrawal Fee (per course) $130
Application Fee $45
Graduation Fee $160
Late Payment Fine $45
Late Registration Fee $105
Late Registration Fee for Audit $55
Returned Check Fee $40
Withdrawal Fee per Course $80

All rates are effective beginning Summer 2020

INDIRECT COSTS

For us to determine your financial need, we are allowed to include the following expenses in your cost of attendance. These expenses are not charged to your Trinity student account; however, they are expenses you should consider. 

COSTS PER SEMESTER
Books & Supplies $600
Transportation (if applicable) $770
Personal Expenses $600

While the indirect costs above are those we are allowed to use for determining financial need, the estimated expenses for any individual student will vary based on a number of factors.

AFFORDING TRINITY FLORIDA PROGRAMS

Now that you have a plan for your future, how can you get there? Affording your degree can seem like one of the most challenging aspects of this process, but it doesn’t need to be. We have helpful staff ready to answer your questions, show you a way forward, and point you towards resources like the ones below. For any additional questions, contact the Student Financial Services team at 954.382.6442 or [email protected]. We are here to serve you!

SCHOLARSHIPS

The Financial Aid team would love to help you receive the best financial aid award. Please contact the financial aid team at [email protected], or by reaching out to your admissions counselor directly, if you’ve already been in contact with one.

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

COMMUNITY PARTNERS PROGRAM

Trinity International University-Florida educates students from South Florida’s unique intercultural population for full and faithful participation in God’s redemptive work. Trinity Florida achieves this by cultivating academic excellence and life-long learning through a distinctive Christian worldview in preparation for service to the local and global community. Through Community Partnerships, organizations, schools and churches have the unique ability to aid students in higher education, offer internships, and uplift students through their journey of higher education and preparation for global ministry.

Learn More

GRANTS & LOANS

GRANTS

Grants are a form of financial aid that do not need to be repaid. Students pursuing a degree at Trinity Florida may be eligible to receive federal or state grants. Additionally, Trinity International University makes tuition scholarships (see below) available to students who demonstrate special ability or financial need. The University reserves the right to limit the number of scholarships awarded in any program.

Federal Pell Grant

To be considered for this grant, the student must complete the FAFSA and send it to the Federal Processor. Once the FAFSA is processed, the Student Aid Report (SAR) will be generated and sent directly to the student. The student is instructed to review the SAR for any needed corrections. The TIU Financial Aid Office will evaluate the electronic SAR to determine the student’s eligibility. Students may be eligible for awards ranging from $585 to $5,775 per academic year.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

To be eligible, the applicant must be a full-time student at TIU and show a financial need as reported on the SAR. Awards range from $100 to $1,000 per academic year. This program has limited funding, so it is strongly recommended that students apply early.

TEACH Grant

Through the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007, Congress created the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program that provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families. For more information, please visit the TEACH Grant portion of the federal website.

LOANS

Student loans can come from the federal government or from private institutions like banks. The money is borrowed and will need to be paid back to the government or bank with interest.

Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan

A need-based long-term loan administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Eligibility is determined by the information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the schools total cost of attendance minus all other aid received. The interest rate is a fixed 6.8% for graduate and professional students. Interest rate for undergraduate students for loan disbursed on or after July 1, 2010, will be fixed at 4.5%. Interest accrual and repayment begins six months after the student graduates, drops below half-time enrollment status or separates from the institution.

Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan

A long-term loan administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Eligibility is determined by the information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the schools total cost of attendance minus all other aid received. The interest rate is fixed at 6.8% and interest accrual begins at the time the loan is disbursed. The borrower is responsible for the interest that accrues while in school and during grace and deferment periods. Students may opt to pay the interest while in school or have the interest added to the outstanding principle. Repayment begins six months after the student graduates, drops below half-time enrollment status or separates from the institution.

Direct PLUS Loan for Parents

The Direct PLUS Loan for Parents is a low-interest, government guaranteed loan available to parents of dependent undergraduate students. This is a non-need based loan for those who do not have an adverse credit history. The interest rate is currently fixed at 7.9% and starts accruing immediately after the first disbursement, and repayment begins within 60 days after the loan is fully disbursed. You can postpone repayment on your Parent PLUS loan until six months after the dependent student leaves school or drops below half-time. During this postponement period, the parent is responsible for the interest that accrues and has the option to pay the accrued interest or have the interest added to the outstanding principal. Borrowers may borrow up to the total cost of attendance minus other financial aid received. Dependent students whose parents do not qualify for a Direct PLUS may borrow the Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan up to the student’s loan limit based on grade level.

Direct PLUS Loan for Graduate/Professional Students

The Direct PLUS Loan for Graduate/Professional Students is a long-term, low-interest loan for Graduate and Professional Students, not their parents. This is a non-need based loan for those who do not have an adverse credit history. The interest rate is currently fixed at 7.9% and starts accruing immediately after the first disbursement. The student (borrower) is responsible for the interest that accrues while in school and during grace and deferment periods. Students may opt to pay the interest while in school or have the interest added to the outstanding principle. Repayment begins 60 days after the loan is fully disbursed, while the student is still enrolled. Borrowers may borrow up to the total cost of attendance minus other financial aid received.

Borrowers must apply for the maximum eligibility under the Direct Stafford Loan Program prior to applying for Direct PLUS Loan for Graduate/Professional Students.

ALTERNATIVE/PRIVATE EDUCATION LOANS

This is a variable rate loan that students take out on their own behalf. This loan requires a credit check and possibly, a cosigner. Interest rates vary depending on the lender. Alternative loans are available through commercial lenders for educational costs during periods of enrollment. They are based on credit-worthiness. We recommend that students request a copy of their credit report to check for accuracy and that all valid credit problems are addressed before applying for an alternative loan. We strongly suggest that students submit a FAFSA and seek federal loan assistance before attempting to participate in any alternative loan programs.

Private loans should be considered a last resort.

Find out why

FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES

At Trinity Florida, we want to do everything we can to make your education affordable. There are many different funding sources that exist to help make this possible. Below are a few aid resources for your convenience. If you have any further questions about available aid, please feel free to contact our financial aid team at [email protected] and we will be happy to assist you.

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH ENGINES

  • FastWEB: Set up a personalized profile that will match your specific skills, abilities, and interests to fastWEB’s database of more than 400,000 scholarships.
  • College Board FundFinder: Locate scholarships, loans, internships, and other financial aid programs from noncollege sources that match your education level, talents, and background. Complete the profile form and Scholarship Search will find potential opportunities from a database of more than 2,000 undergraduate scholarships, internships, and loan programs.
  • U.S. News: Utilize this personalized search tool to find scholarships that match your specific background with your best scholarship options.

HELPFUL TOOLS

DELTA PHI EPSILON

The Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation awards scholarships annually to qualified women pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees.

 

MILITARY BENEFITS

Do you have questions about applying for GI Bill benefits or transferring your military credits? The information below will answer some of them.

GETTING STARTED: 3 INITIAL STEPS

1. Apply to Trinity Florida. In addition to filling out the application, provide your transcripts and test scores as needed, and your Joint Services Transcript (JST) for credits you might have earned while in the service.

2. Get your GI Bill Benefits.

Apply Here

3. Talk to Trinity’s VA Certifying Official. Contact Dennis Martinez, at [email protected] .

MILITARY FAQS

Can I get credit for my military experience or military courses? To determine which credits transfer, have your official Joint Services Transcript (JST) sent directly to Trinity.

Can I use military benefits as a non-degree seeking student? You must be a degree-seeking student to receive military benefits at TIU.

What Chapters are certified through Trinity?

Chapter 33- Post 9/11 GI Bill (Most Common)

Chapter 30 – Montgomery GI Bill (Active Duty)

Chapter 35 – Survivors and Dependents Assistance

Chapter 1606 – Selected Reserves

Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (Fry Scholarship)

Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits

Tuition Assistance Benefits

How do I know what military benefits I’m eligible for?

Certificate of Eligibility letters are issued to students directly from the VA. Apply Here.

Military Tuition Assistance program applications can be found here:

APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID

Below are the steps that you should follow to complete the application process for financial aid at Trinity Florida as well as the necessary forms you may require.

HOW TO APPLY

These are the steps you need to make sure you complete in order to be eligible for financial aid during your time at Trinity.

  1. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1.
    Trinity Florida school code: 012314
  2. Complete a Direct Master Promissory Note. If this is the first time you are requesting a Direct Loan while at Trinity, you will need to complete a Master Promissory Note
  3. Complete Direct Loan Entrance Counseling. All first-time Direct Loan borrowers must complete online Entrance Counseling. Entrance Counseling provides information about how to manage your student loans both during and after college.
  4. Review and return your Award Letter. You may accept or reject any portion of the financial aid offer by circling (A) for accept or (R) for reject. Please return your award letter stating your intention to our office within 2 weeks of receipt.

MEET THE DEADLINES!

October 1: Earliest date to submit the FAFSA

FINANCIAL AID FORMS & LINKS

If the following items are needed to complete your financial aid award, you will be notified through email and/or on the myTIU Financial Aid dashboard. Please hand-sign all verification documents where needed.  If you have any questions, please contact Student Financial Services at 954.382.6442 or [email protected]. We are here to serve you!

DEPENDENT VERIFICATION FORMS

2020-2021 Forms

Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose

Florida Residency – Dependent

Income and Expense Breakdown – Dependent

Special Circumstances – Dependent

Verification Worksheet – Dependent

INDEPENDENT VERIFICATION FORMS

2020–2021 Forms

Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose

Florida Residency – Independent

Income and Expense Breakdown – Independent

Special Circumstances – Independent

Verification Worksheet – Independent

IMPORTANT LINKS AND FORMS

FAFSA

IRS Non-filing Request Form

Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling – for Federal Direct Loans first time Trinity borrowers

Plus Loan Application – Grad Plus Loan or Parent Plus Loan (note that Plus Loan Entrance Counseling is required for first time Plus Loan borrowers)

Selective Service Request – If requested you must register for Selective Service  at www.sss.gov or supply the Selective Service Status letter at http://www.sss.gov/Status.html.

Tax Return Data – Use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in your FAFSA at www.FAFSA.gov OR request a Tax Return Transcript from the IRS at “Get Transcript of Your Tax Records”.

TEACH Entrance Counseling

TEDS/TGS New Student Financial Aid Application

TEDS/TGS Returning Student Financial Aid Application

TEDS/TGS Summer Financial Aid Application

Title IV Authorization Form

Student Account Refund Request