Students

International Students

Financial Aid Quick Info

Applying for financial aid?

STEP 1:

The 2014-2015 CSS PROFILE is available October 1, 2013.

Trinity's CSS PROFILE code: 6831

CSS PROFILE priority filing dates for students who enter Trinity University beginning with the Fall 2014 semester are as follows; Early Decision I/ Early Action I by November 1, 2013, Early Decision II/ Early Action II by January 1, 2014, Regular Decision by February 1, 2014.

Students who entered Trinity University prior to Fall 2013 are not required to complete the CSS PROFILE.

STEP 2:

The 2014-2015 FAFSA is available January 1, 2014.

Trinity's FAFSA code: 003647

Entering students priority filing date for the FAFSA is February 15.

Continuing students priority filing date for the FAFSA is May 1.

     

    Office of Financial Aid
    Trinity University
    One Trinity Place
    San Antonio, Texas 78212-7200
    210-999-8315
    210-999-8316 fax
    financialaid@trinity.edu

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    Trinity offers need-based and merit-based assistance to the most highly qualified first-year applicants who are neither U.S citizens nor U.S permanent residents.  When reviewing admission applications for international students, Trinity does take into account whether or not an applicant has requested financial assistance; applying for need-based aid places students in a very competitive applicant pool. Consequently, it is in the best interest of the student to be honest about their family's ability to fund a Trinity education. Failure to do so may jeopardize a student's chance of admission to Trinity. Financial aid award notification will be received with your offer of admission. Financial aid is not available for foreign transfer students, so Trinity does not accept transfer applications from foreign students who require financial aid.

    Merit scholarships are based on the strength of the student's academic profile as measured by the following criteria: rigor of and performance in secondary school coursework, standardized test scores, strength of essay, involvement outside of the classroom, and recommendations from school officials. Your application for admission is also your application for merit scholarships; there are no additional forms required. Trinity is an NCAA Division III school and does not offer athletic scholarships. However, the university does have excellent teams in both men's and women's sports.

    Need-based financial aid is based on the demonstrated financial support of the student's family, as established by their Statement of Financial Support/International Student Financial Aid Application. The College Board's International Student Financial Aid Application is required for all foreign applicants and must be submitted with your application.

    Click on the following link for more information: Costs 

    For more information on International Admission and Scholarships at Trinity University please contact Eric Maloof, Director of International Admissions, at eric.maloof@trinity.edu.