Trinity delivers a high-impact unique educational experience made affordable to students and families at every economic level. Trinity's $1.4 billion endowment places us among the top 40 institutions nationally for endowment per student. The strong fiscal health of Trinity enables us to offer generous merit scholarships and robust financial aid opportunities.
Academic Merit Scholarships
A top-quality Trinity education is an invaluable investment with benefits that last a lifetime. As undergraduates apply to the University, they are automatically considered for our full range of merit scholarships.
Applying for Aid
The application process and deadlines depend on the type of aid you’re seeking along with the scholarship itself. As you are browsing aid options, eligibility criteria and application details are included with each scholarship opportunity.
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Estimate Your Aid Eligibility
Use Trinity’s Net Price Calculator to estimate financial assistance and help determine the University's affordability. Estimates are based on the previous year’s costs and do not include supplemental scholarships that require application, nor do they take into account special circumstances.
INVESTING IN YOUR FUTURE
Ensuring Access to Education
Financial Aid comes in various forms at Trinity. Review your options and eligibility to receive aid as an entering or continuing student.
Trinity has a variety of scholarships available to entering and continuing students. If you’re an entering international, transfer, or continuing student, this is your one-stop-shop.
Grants are gift aid based on demonstrated financial need and are funded from federal, state, and institutional sources. Entering and continuing students are eligible for grants.
A loan is money that is borrowed and must be paid back with interest. Entering and continuing students are eligible. We recommend you exhaust all other options for aid before pursuing loans, and borrow only what you need.
Part-time employment programs, including Federal Work Study, help students meet indirect costs such as personal expenses. Students may work 8-10 hours on campus or for certain off-campus non-profit organizations.