Fees


Apartments

The comprehensive fee for  the 2014-2015 academic year is $29,870 per semester for students living in apartments.

This includes tuition, fees, furnished accommodation (including bedding), housing insurance, excursions, cell phones, study abroad insurance through HTH Worldwide, library fees in Paris, internet access, and activities. 

It does not include meals (you are provided with kitchens that are equipped with pots/pans/cutlery), airfare, local transportation, books & supplies, laundry, phone calls, personal items, entertainment, or personal travel. 


French family home stay

The comprehensive fee for  the 2014-2015 academic year is $30,470 per semester for students living with a French family.

This includes tuition, fees, furnished accommodation (including bedding), housing insurance, breakfasts during weekdays and 2-3 dinners per week, excursions, cell phones, study abroad insurance through HTH Worldwide, library fees in Paris, internet access, and activities.  It does not include other meals (you are provided with kitchens that are equipped with pots/pans/cutlery), airfare, local transportation, books & supplies, laundry, phone calls, personal items, entertainment, or personal travel. 

The fee does not cover travel to and from the program, books, studio-arts course supplies, or personal expenses. Participants make their own travel arrangements.


Additional expenses for all students

We recommend that students have a minimum $3,000 for meals if you live in an apartment and $2500 for meals if you live with a family.  In addition, you will need to have access to approximately $3,000 additional to cover other needs on-site (see above – this will include local transportation, books and supplies, laundry, sundries, and other necessary living expenses) and to pay for your round-trip airfare, which can run $700-$1400 (average $1200). If you wish to travel a lot or spend a lot on entertainment, you will need more money. Past students have recommended having between $4000 (including meal costs) - $14,000.  This is meant to demonstrate that spending habits are very individual and will also depend to an extent on the current exchange rate between the dollar and the euro.  Please go to www.xe.com for current rates.
The Trinity in Paris program does not provide financial aid for students. Fees for Fall 2014/Spring 2015 have not yet been set--they will be posted here as soon as they are available.