Fees


Trinity Students: Fees + Financial Aid

The comprehensive fee per semester for Trinity students in Fall 2015/Spring 2016 is expected to be $31,805 and is in the process of receiving final approval by the college. The fee should be finalized by March 20th and notice will be posted here. If you are not a Trinity student, please see the "courtesy pricing" information below). 

For both Trinity and Non-Trinity students, the comprehensive fee covers tuition, room,  most meals (the price of room and board is $1700 less than room and board at Trinity Hartford to adjust for meals that will need to be paid for out of pocket while abroad), required Italian health insurance, HTH Worldwide Health Insurance, a Rome bus and metro pass, insurance for internships, museum fees, and the academic excursions.

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.

The Rome Campus is pleased to meet the full demonstrated need for financial aid for Trinity students (as determined by the institutional formula for expected family contribution).

Trinity does not offer financial aid or scholarships to non-Trinity students, who should talk to a financial aid officer at their institution about whether their aid will travel and if any additional aid is available for study abroad.


Non-Trinity Students: Discounted Comprehensive Fee

The baseline comprehensive fee (for Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 semester) is expected to be $31,805 for Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 (confirmation should be posted here on March 20th). The Rome Campus does not provide need-based financial aid for Visiting Students. Instead, we are pleased to offer visiting students a courtesy deduction of $3,000 from the comprehensive fee, making the cost $28,805 for visiting students this academic year.

The comprehensive fee covers tuition, room, most meals (the price of room and board is $1700 less than room and board at Trinity Hartford to adjust for meals that will need to be paid for out of pocket while abroad ), required Italian health insurance, HTH Worldwide Health Insurance, a Rome bus and metro pass, insurance for internships, museum fees, and the academic excursions.

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.

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