Did you know, over 95% of our students receive financial aid?

Of those students, the average financial aid package is $23,000 a year (financial aid package includes all grants, scholarships, and loans).

Now you can also save thousands of tuition dollars with our new three-year degree option!

Total Costs for 2016-2017

Semester Year
Tuition (Full-time) $14,830 $29,660
Board $2205 $4,410
Room $2,400 $4,800
Comprehensive Fee $205 $410
General Instructional Fee $30 $60
Total: $19,670 $39,340

Indirect Annual Costs

For us to determine financial need, we are required to include the following expenses for all students at Trinity.

These expenses are not charged to your student account, rather, they are meant to represent an estimate of other expenses you should bear in mind when counting the overall cost of your education.

Cost Estimates
Books and Supplies $1,200
Transportation $1,540
Personal Expenses $1,480

Undergraduate Tuition Breakdown (2016-2017)

Full-Time Tuition
12-18 credit hours/semester $14,830
Over 18 credit hours $620/hr
Part Time Tuition
1-11 credit hours $1,235/hr
May Term Tuition (SM16) $390/hr
Audit $75/hr

Room & Board

Housing Costs

Residence Hall Per semester
Johnson Single $3,000
Johnson Double $2,400
Carlson & Madsen Single $2,900
Carlson & Madsen Double $2,300
Trinity Hall Single $3,285
Trinity Hall Double $2,400
Trinity Hall Double w/living room $2,610
Vehicle Registration (per year) – First vehicle $120; $20 per extra vehicle

Residential and Commuter students bringing a motor vehicle on campus must register the vehicle with Security Services.

Dining Costs

Meal Plan Meals per Semester Munch Money Plan Information Price per Semester
All Access • Exclusive to Hawkins Dining Hall, cannot be used at Fresh
• Access to Hawkins Monday-Friday from 7AM-7PM, plus weekend hours
• Great for athletes who need more frequent meals
•Great for on-campus residents who cannot travel off campus for meals
Block 240 240 $100 • All students are eligible
• Approximately 15 meals per week
Block 210 210 $50 • All students are eligible
• Approximately 13 meals per week
Block 140 140 $50 • All students are eligible
• Approximately 9 meals per week
Block 100 100 Not Included • Student teachers during either fall or spring semester are eligible
• Students who purchase a Block 240, 210, or 140 plan in the fall are eligible for a Block 100 in the spring
Block 10
10 Not Included • Only undergraduate students who are commuting or living in TC Senior Privileged Housing are eligible
• All apartment residents are eligible • All graduate students are eligible

Munch Money is Dining Services credit that is added to your ID card with the purchase of an eligible meal plan and can be used at FRESH for a quick “to go" meal or a late night snack.