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.
Summer 2020: May 26, 2020
Fall 2020: Aug. 5, 2020
Spring 2021: Jan. 5, 2021
Statement of Policies Regarding Student Expenses
It is expected that the student and his/her parents or guardian will comply with provisions relative to payment of the student account. Any student who is delinquent in a financial obligation to the University including damage to University property, traffic fines, Health Services charges, conduct sanctions, late fees, or library fines, is subject to exclusion from any or all privileges of the University. Graduation may be denied, and his/her permanent record (transcript) will not be released until the outstanding account balance is paid in full.
Delinquent account balances will be turned over to a collection agency. Any fees associated with the collection of the debt are the responsibility of the student. By signing your application to the University you indicate your written approval of any and all fees.
- Each student is legally responsible for his or her school expenses. It is imperative that students and parents (when applicable) be aware of the cost of tuition, required fees, and room and board expense for the contract period, defined as the semester for which the student is enrolling.
- Student enrollment is completed only upon payment in full of semester expenses or upon making satisfactory payment arrangements or securing an education loan for the student account balance.
- E-billing/E-Pay is the preferred method for accessing your bill, selecting semester options, and making payment. For more information, visit Payment Instructions.