The University provides three applications for prospective students to use. We encourage students to use the application that is easiest for them to complete by their desired application deadline. We do not prefer one application over another, and all applicants, regardless of the application they use, will be considered for Trinity's full range of academic merit scholarships.
|Decision Deadline||Application Due||Notification from Trinity||Deposit Due|
|Early Decision I||November 1||December 1||February 1|
|Early Action||November 1||December 15||May 1|
|Early Decision II||February 1||February 15||March 1|
|Regular Decision||February 1||March 15||May 1|
Apply by November 1 to receive admission and merit scholarship notifications by December 1. Admitted students make a commitment to enroll and to withdraw applications to other colleges at that time, provided they receive a financial aid award that makes it possible to attend Trinity.
Early Action candidates apply by November 1 to receive admission and merit scholarship notifications by December 15. Regular Decision candidates apply by February 1 to receive admission and merit scholarship notification by March 15.
|Entry Term||Application Due||Notification From Trinity||Deposit Due|
|Spring||October 15||November 1||December 1|
|Fall||April 1||May 1||June 15|
Graduate students are encouraged to use the Graduate Application, which can be submitted electronically.
Trinity University provides three avenues for prospective students to apply for admission. We encourage students to use the application that is easiest for them to complete, and applicants are only required to submit one application for admission.
First-year and transfer applicants can submit the Common Application online at www.commonapp.org by their preferred application deadline. The application can be submitted online free of charge.
First-year applicants can submit the ApplyTexas application online at www.applytexas.org by their preferred application deadline. The application can be submitted online free of charge.
First-year applicants can submit the Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success Application online at www.mycoalition.org/public/info/trinity by their preferred application deadline. The application can be submitted online free of charge.
The Office of Admissions requires applicants to submit a personal statement or essay in addition to several required forms and documents. Students may submit these forms through Naviance (if available through their high school), the online portal through the Common Application (if the student applied to Trinity University via this application), or by submitting the Trinity University Teacher Evaluation or the Trinity University Secondary School Report directly to the Office of Admissions.
Trinity University publishes an Annual Security Report in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act. This report includes security policies, campus crime statistics, and information to a link to the Annual Fire Safety Report. You may request a copy of this report by calling the Police Department at 210-999-7070 or by visiting our web site.