A college education is one of the most important investments you will ever make. Here is a breakdown of the undergraduate tuition costs and associated fees for an academic year. Remember, Trinity meets the calculated financial aid need of every student, so apply early.
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|Transcript Fee (new students only)
*Based on the required first-year meal plan
We want to make sure that all of our fees are fully transparent. Here is what you’re paying for:
- General Fee – This recurring fee helps finance the operations of the student center and covers student lab fees, vocational testing, and admission to all Trinity athletic events.
- Student Activity Fee – Trinity has more than 100 student clubs and organizations. The activity fee helps cover the budget for these groups, plus student publications, admission to the Austin Arts Center, and WRTC, the campus radio station.
- Transcript Fee – This one-time fee entitles you to unlimited transcript production services.
All Trinity first-years are required to sign up for the Mather Traditional meal plan, which provides 19 meals a week and $50 in flexible “Chartwells Dollars.” You also have the option to beef up your meal count or allocate more money to flexible spending. Seniors, commuter students, and those living in buildings with kitchens can sign up for lighter meal plans.
Visit our Dining Services site (by Chartwells) for more information on meal plans and on-campus dining options.
Every Trinity student is required to have adequate health insurance coverage. We offer a comprehensive student health plan through Aetna Student Health. If you already have health care coverage, you can waive the student health insurance fee by completing a form. More details about the rates and the waiver form are available here
Trinity operates several
international program sites around the world where students receive a
Trinity-caliber education. Students are billed a comprehensive fee for their
semester away that covers tuition, housing, and additional experiences like
study-related excursions and tours. The comprehensive fee differs by
program site depending on the cost of housing and whether meals are provided,
self-catered, or a combination of each. Students and
parents can find out the full fees for all programs and learn what is included
in the fees by contacting the Office of International Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (860) 297-2005.
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To ensure the timely payment of all student costs and fees, we must impose deadlines.
- Fall Late Fee - Payments received after August 5, 2013 for the fall will be charged $100. An additional $100 will be charged if payment is not received by September 2, 2013.
- Spring Late Fee - Payments received after December 16, 2013 will be charged $100. An additional $100 will be charged if payment is not received by January 3, 2014.
- Subsequent late fees will be imposed every two weeks up to a maximum of $500 per semester. We also charge $25 plus a late fee for returned checks.