E-Bills will be posted online on or about July 6, 2011 and your
payment must be paid on or before August 15,2011.
$100 Late Fee: If the August 15, 2011 deadline is not met a $100
late fee may be assessed.
The estimated expenses per semester for the 2011-2012 school year,
before any financial aid funding is subtracted, is:
Tuition (12-18 credits)
Room & Board (Flex 240)
Full Year Total
Resources And Options You May Use To Pay Tuition:
You may pay by check, money order (payable to Trinity
University), wire transfer, credit card (see E-Pay link below) or
cash (please do not send cash through the mail). You
may contact Student Account Office at 1-888-TRINITY or
any direct payment questions. If you pay by wire, make sure
that the sending bank includes the student's ID number and
name. Please do not forget to go online and
complete your billing worksheet and e-sign.
Stock transfers cannot be used as a form of payment.
offers a payment plan online – A monthly interest-free payment plan can
be used in paying for a student’s tuition, fees, room and board.
However, the cost of books and other educational expenses cannot be
included. Call Student Accounts or visit our web
site to enroll in this payment program. There will be an
Office of Financial Aid: (210) 999-8315
There are several types of loans available to those who qualify.
Call, email, or visit the Office of Financial Aid website for more
Fax: (210) 999-8316
Physical Location: Admissions and Financial Aid Center, Room
TRINITY HAS CONVERTED TO E-BILLING/E-PAY
Please go to
to authorize users (parents, third party payers) to view (on line July
9) your bill and to make a payment (electronic check-FREE or credit card
- MC, DISC, or AMEX). Credit card payments are subject to a
non-refundable convenience fee based upon the dollar amount being
charged with a $3 minimum. When paying online, complete the
billing worksheet, e-sign, and make the payment. Completion of the
online worksheet equates to returning your completed bill to Student
To authorize parents or other users, students should login to Trinity's
E-Bill/E-Pay system at
with the same user name and password used for Tiger's Lair access.
You may also access it from the Student Accounts web page at
and then click on "Link to Pay-On-Line". On the E-Bill/E-Pay
welcome page, click the Authorized Users tab, and then click "Add an
Authorized User" at the bottom of the screen. Enter the e-mail
address of the person you wish to authorize, make your Options
selections, and then click "Add User" at the bottom. The next
screen will display information about giving access to your student
account. If you agree to the terms, enter the last four digits of
your Trinity ID number and click "I Agree". The following screen
will reflect your newly authorized user and allow you to add additional
ones. Your authorized user(s) will receive an e-mail message
telling them that you have completed this process.
Electronic refunds are available
To prepare for E-Refunds in
Fall 2011, click on "Link to Pay Online" (above), click on the "My
Profiles" tab, and complete your "Payment Profile".
Obtaining Your Class Schedule
Resident students will be charged a required Technology Fee of $405 per
semester, which will provide the following:
Telephone: covers both local and campus calls
Computer Data Connection (PC port)
Tiger Card: one-card system
Questions regarding room, board, and optional services may be directed
to Residential Life by
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or
by calling (210) 999-7219.
Student class schedules may be viewed and printed on-line at:
Tiger Paws is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any internet
Refund Policy (also, see
Tuition Refund Plan below):
The last day to receive a
100% refund/reduction on your Fall Semester tuition is August 31, 2011.
If you intend to withdraw from Trinity University or reduce the number
of credit hours for which you are registered in the Fall semester, you
must notify the Registrar’s office in writing
no later than August 23.
The refund schedule may be
found in the Courses of Study Catalogue or the Student Accounts web
Add/drop period: If a student does not maintain full-time enrollment
status (12-18 hours), the student will be penalized based on Trinity
Tuition Refund Plan:
Trinity offers the
elective Tuition Refund Plan (TRP) insurance to supplement the
University’s published refund policy. This plan provides
withdrawal coverage (100% resulting from personal illness/accident
and/or 60% resulting from mental/nervous disorders) for the academic
year less any refund and/or credits due from Trinity. Please
note that no exceptions will be made to the University Refund
Policy because this insurance plan is offered to all students.
The premium is $143.00 for all students. This premium may be added
to your billing statement. If you do not wish to
participate, please subtract this fee from your billing statement
worksheet. Please note that the deadline to decline TRP, if that
is your decision, is October 1st.
Health Insurance Requirements
The University requires all
students enrolled for 9 or more hours to have health insurance and to
provide proof of coverage annually to the University Health Service
New students MUST submit a health
record, including a current physical exam and immunization records, and
provide proof of health insurance to Trinity University Health Services by
Texas law also requires new students to provide proof
of having received the Meningococcal vaccine at least 10 days before
arriving on campus.
required health forms can be found on the Tiger’s Lair under the “Forms &
Info” tab or the
Health Record can be
found on the Health Services web site.
Questions regarding this requirement may be
directed to Health Services at HealthServices@trinity.edu or (210) 999-8111.
When your completed forms have been processed
by Health Services you will receive confirmation of complete records by your
university email account.
Bring a copy of this email message on move in
day as proof of completion of this university requirement.
Students participating in intercollegiate sports are not
exempt from this university requirement.
If you do
not have health insurance, a University sponsored plan offered by ACE
American Insurance Company is available. The premium for this 12 month plan
is $768 and you may
Students who fail to provide proof of personal
health insurance by the July 1 deadline will automatically be enrolled in
the Student Health Insurance Plan and the premium will be added to the
If you have been enrolled in this
plan but do not want this insurance, a request for cancellation must be
submitted to Health Services in writing before August 10, 2011.
Proof of personal health insurance (i.e., copy
of insurance card, front and back) must accompany this request.
This insurance plan is
effective beginning on August 10, and refunds will not be made after August
10, 2011, except as indicated in the policy. Specific questions about the
plan may be directed to the local broker,
Academic Health Plans
at (888) 308-7320.
Health Services (210) 999-8111
Physical location: Myrtle Residence Hall, ground level,
Students are encouraged to have a copy of their health
insurance card and update this with Health Services when it changes.
Tiger Bucks Account-Bookstore purchases and
This pre-paid account may
be used throughout the academic year and monies will be carried over
from one semester to the next. Students can make purchases from
their Tiger Bucks account by using their Tiger ID card.
To establish a Tiger Bucks account, please indicate the amount on your
semester bill. The minimum amount to establish an account is $100.
Refunds from this account will be available only upon graduation or
withdrawal from Trinity University.
Additional amounts may be added to your Tiger Bucks account at the Tiger
Card Office in Storch Building, Rm. #005.
Parking Permit Registration
permit for on-campus parking is required. You can stop by the Department
of Campus Security at Cobb Racey, Room #102 or call (210) 999-7001
to have a form sent to you or print one at
Pay by August 16, 2011
Semester Permit: $38
You may access safety statistics for Trinity University at the following
Questions concerning your bill should be directed to the Office of
Student Accounts or visit our Web site for information on
FAQ's (Frequently Asked