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Connect with the Trinity admissions counselor who works with students in your area.
Admissions decisions will be released to students via their student application portal no later than the posted notification date. If a student is offered admission, their letter will also include any academic merit scholarship for which they are eligible.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
All domestic, first-year full-time students admitted to Trinity who apply by our Regular Decision deadline are automatically considered for merit scholarships. Awards are based on high school transcript information and testing received by the Office of Admissions at the time of a student’s application.
Important Merit Scholarship Information
- GPAs for scholarship consideration are recalculated on an unweighted 4.0 scale using the student’s core academic courses (English, math, science, social science, and foreign language) completed in high school.
- Submission of standardized test scores is optional. Trinity will continue to review and consider test scores for those applicants who want to submit them, but any applicant can also choose to be evaluated only on high school grades, curriculum rigor, essays, recommendation letters, achievements, interviews, and contributions to their school and community.
- Trinity will accept official or self-reported test scores for application completion and review. Trinity does not have a preference for ACT or SAT. Trinity superscores both the ACT and SAT. Students who choose to submit their test scores for admissions consideration and are admitted to the university will be required to submit official score reports directly from the testing agency prior to enrolling.
In addition to academic merit scholarships, Trinity has a variety of other resources available to assist students and their families in addressing educational costs. All financial aid applications are available October 1. To be considered for these additional grants, low-interest loans and campus employment opportunities, please submit the following forms by your corresponding application deadline:
- CSS Profile
- Trinity University School Code: 6831
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Trinity University School Code: 003647