At Trinity nearly 95% of our students receive some form of financial aid. We offer scholarships, grants, rebates, and other aid options to help pay for the cost of schooling. Every applicant will automatically be reviewed to determine their scholarship eligibility. All students qualify for at least one of our scholarships. Make sure to complete the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible, to determine federal and state aid eligibility that could further reduce your out of pocket expense. Aid packages cannot be finalized until FAFSA is submitted. Learn more about what is available below or by contacting the Financial Aid Office at [email protected]
Ensure The Best Financial Package By:
Completing The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – School Code: 001772
October 1st is the earliest date to submit the FAFSA and must be submitted no later than April 1st. If you have questions about completing the FAFSA you can contact our student financial services team any time at [email protected] with any questions you may have.
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 out office within 30 days of receipt.
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.
Complete Direct/Perkins Loan Entrance Counseling
Before a Direct or Perkins loan can be applied to your student account, federal regulations require that you complete entrance counseling online through Direct and Perkins processes. Entrance Counseling provides information about how to manage your student loans both during and after college.
We work hard to make Christian education affordable. That’s why 100% of our students receive Financial Aid! These scholarship opportunities are made available to all who apply.