Students who enroll in classes at Trinity University assume a definite financial obligation. Students who enroll and have made payments in full may attend classes, take examinations, receive grade reports and transcripts, secure course credits, and graduate. Students on campus may also reside in residence halls and eat in the dining facilities.
Student Accounts Checklist
Authorized User to have access to your student account and to be able to discuss it with the Student Accounts Office.Designate an
eRefund so that any refunds related to your student account can be directly deposited to your bank account.Sign up for
payment options. Each semester you can enroll in the University payment plan if you are not paying in full by the due date.Review your
Insurance Options for details.Remember health insurance is required. You must either waive if you have qualifying coverage or enroll in a plan. Visit
Student Financial Responsibility Agreement. Complete before registering for classes each semester.Review the
tuition refund insurance. Offered by A.W.G. Dewar, Inc., this elective insurance plan provides coverage for tuition, room and board should a student suffer a serious illness or accident and withdraw from classes before the semester is completed. Visit Insurance Options for details.Consider
Financial Aid requirements (if you have applied for aid).Complete
Check your Trinity email for eBills, eRefunds and other correspondence from our office.