Financial Aid Quick Info
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Trinity's FAFSA code: 003647
The 2012-2013 FAFSA is available January 1, 2012 at www.fafsa.ed.gov
Interested in visiting Trinity? Trinity offers multiple ways you can experience our campus and at the same time check out the culturally rich, vibrant city of San Antonio.
Note: To ensure messages relating to your visit reach your in-box, please add "firstname.lastname@example.org" and "email@example.com" to your preferred contacts. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admissions by phone at 1-800-TRINITY or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. SATURDAY OPEN HOUSE
Plan to visit during a Saturday open house for prospective students and their families. This is a very popular choice with our families! We have 5 program dates to select from throughout the year.
2. DAILY VISITS
Can't visit during one of these special days? You can arrange a weekday visit Monday through Friday, or while school is in session, you can visit on a Saturday. The are several options you can choose from.
3. HIGH SCHOOL HOLIDAY VISITS
Due to a large number of visitors, we offer a special holiday visit program for prospective students.
Details for these options are outlined below.
1. SATURDAY OPEN HOUSE
TRINITY IN FOCUS
For ALL prospective students and their families
Join us at our comprehensive Saturday open house. Interact with professors and current students, eat lunch in the dining hall, and attend sessions covering topics such as admissions and financial aid, studying abroad, research and internships, and campus life.
August 17, 2013 / September 28, 2013 / October 26, 2013 / November 23, 2013 / January 25, 2014 / February 22, 2014
If you would like to see an example Trinity In Focus schedule, click here.
For ADMITTED seniors and their families
Admitted students can meet their future classmates, sit in on a class, and learn about extracurricular and social opportunities from current students (while parents attend special sessions just for them). Students and parents will also have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with Trinity professors, enjoy a free lunch at our dining hall, and choose from various sessions and events.
DATES: March 22, 2014 / April 12, 2014
If you would like to see a sample T360° schedule, click here.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
2. WEEKDAY AND SATURDAY VISIT OPTIONS
YOUR OPTIONS Daily Tour and Information Sessions, Individual Counselor Appointments, Overnight Stays, Meetings with Professors, Classes & Auditions, Meetings with Coaches, and Group Visits
Daily Tour and Information Sessions. Join us as current Trinity students give daily walking tours of our outstanding facilities and attend a 30-minute information session with one of our admissions officers.
Tours are offered every weekday while the University is open and Saturdays during the academic year. Tours depart from the Office of Admissions each morning at 10:15 am. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
Individual Counselor Appointments. While Trinity does not require interviews for admissions, we do offer seniors, and occasionally juniors, the opportunity to meet with an admissions officer. These open dialogue sessions allow prospective students the chance to ask questions and learn more about Trinity's academic and student life while the admissions officer gets to know you better. We make every effort to accommodate individual appointment requests, however, on occasion, counselors may not be available.
Overnight Stays. High school seniors who want a more in-depth view of Trinity can spend the night in one of our residence halls as the guest of a current student. These stays are limited to Monday through Thursday nights during the academic year when classes are in session, except for admitted seniors attending a Trinity 360° program.
Meetings with Professors, Classes & Auditions. High school juniors and seniors with a particular area of academic interest are welcome to attend one class or department visit while seniors can perform a musical or theatrical audition during their campus visit. These auditions, however, are easiest to accommodate during Trinity In Focus visit programs.
If you would like to visit with a professor or meet with/stay overnight with current Trinity students, we'd love to set that up for you!
It is important that you request your appointment at least two weeks in advance. We make every effort to accommodate your preferences, however, occasionally specific requests may not be available.
Meetings with Coaches. Students interested in meeting with a coach should contact him or her directly before scheduling a visit by calling (210) 999-8222. Please leave 10:15 am - 12:30 pm free for your campus tour and information session.
Group Visits. Trinity is pleased to schedule group visits for high school sophomores through seniors. If you are interested in arranging such a visit, please email Karen Risley or call her at (210) 999-8163. Group visits require three-weeks advance notice.
Please note: While walk-in visitors are always welcome, if you schedule your visit with the Office of Admissions at least two weeks ahead of time, we can better accommodate your needs.
3. HOLIDAY VISIT SCHEDULE
Due to a large number of visitors on high school holidays, Trinity University offers a morning and afternoon tour and information session. Overnights are available Monday through Thursday for senior prospective students when classes are in session (overnight stays are not available during Trinity University's Spring Break March 11-15, 2013).
San Antonio is a great city to visit over the holidays. We suggest that you arrive a few days early if you are traveling from afar so that you can visit some of the attractions and sample the cuisine of the country's seventh largest city.
To register for a visit, go to our online calendar.
Note: Please add "firstname.lastname@example.org" and "email@example.com" to your preferred contact list to ensure email relating to your visit are delivered to your in-box. If you have scheduled a visit and not received an email address, please check the email account used to complete the registration form and/or check your SPAM or Junk Mail Folder.