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The department of health care administration provides the merit-based financial assistance and frequently notifies students of local employment opportunities related to health care administration. Additionally, the Student Financial Services office at Trinity helps with applications for loans and payment plans.
Tuition for the Class of 2022 is a total of $90,000. A complete breakdown of the estimated cost of attendance can be found online.
For more information on loans and payment plans, contact the Student Financial Services office at 210-999-8315.
The department of health care administration awards departmental financial assistance based primarily on academic credentials, financial need, and available funds. Applications for award consideration are provided to admitted applicants. Decisions on all departmental awards are based on entering academic credentials and/or financial need. These awards include the following:
Graduate Assistantships are funded by Trinity University. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 for the last 60 hours of undergraduate work is required. Assistantships require the student to work a fixed number of hours per week in the department. Assistantships fund a portion of the first academic school year's tuition. The amount of this award varies yearly.
The Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas established an endowed scholarship to honor John E. Hornbeak, LFACHE. This endowment provides tuition benefits to one student each year. The Hornbeak Scholar will demonstrate academic achievement, financial need, and leadership potential.
The Department of Health Care Administration has various scholarships it awards to new students. The amounts of these scholarships are based on available funds.
Please contact the department if you would like more information about the graduate assistantships and scholarships.