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Admitted Tigers

Congratulations, You're In!

You are now a part of the Trinity family and you should be proud. Trinity is a place where ideas, passions, and questions can be fully explored. We look forward to welcoming you to campus.

Make it official. You've earned your stripes. #TigerPride

Submit Your Deposit

#1

Visit Trinity: Admitted Tiger Days

You and your family are invited to attend one of our admitted student preview days.

Register Now

February 8

Tiger Friday

Friday, February 8

March 22

Tiger Friday

Friday, March 22

April 5

Tiger Friday

Friday, April 5

April 13

Trinity 360

Saturday, April 13


Can't make it to campus?

Can't make it?

If you can't make it to one of these programs, schedule an individual visit. Options are available 6 days a week. Or, check out our virtual tour, and learn more about San Antonio.

New Tigers

New Tigers: Your Enrollment Guide

#2Consider Costs & Funding

Cost of Attendance
Typical college costs include tuition, fees, living expenses, books and supplies, as well as personal and transportation costs.

Trinity Scholarships
If you have been awarded one of Trinity’s general academic scholarships, it will be indicated in your acceptance letter.

Applying for Additional Funding
In order to apply for additional financial assistance, families must submit the appropriate financial aid applications as soon as possible but no later than our preferred deadline of Feb. 15, 2019.

#3Submit your deposit

To become an officially enrolled Tiger, you must reserve your spot in the Class of 2023 by submitting your non-refundable $500 deposit and the New Student Information Form via your portal.

  • Early Decision l students must do both by Feb. 1
  • Early Decision ll students must do both by March 1
  • Early Action and Regular Decision students must do both by May 1

Please remember that a deposit should only be sent to the one school you plan to attend.

Submit Your Deposit

#4Housing, Campus Life, and Additional Forms

Roommate Matching
All deposited students will be asked to fill out an online survey detailing lifestyle preferences such as sleep habits and degree of neatness. This information will be used to match you with a compatible roommate and suitemates.

The Housing Survey will be due June 2019

Residence Halls
Trinity residence halls feature suite-style rooms with semi-private bathrooms, a large closet, balconies or outdoor walkways, microwave/mini-fridge combo, wireless internet, cable, and IPTV. Oh, and did we mention the housekeeping service that cleans all rooms and bathrooms every two weeks?

All Trinity undergrads reside in university housing for their first three years.

View First Year Residence Halls →
Student Life and Culture →
Campus Dining →

Additional Forms
Health Record Form | Proof of medical insurance (forms will be available in the spring and due by July 2019)

Transcripts:
Your final high school transcript must be submitted to Trinity after graduation (by July 1).

#5Connect with Faculty Adviser

Trinity professors, staff, and student mentors act as a team to guide each student through the maze of college life. They will provide you with everything from assistance creating your academic program to help navigating different aspects of campus life.

Your faculty adviser will contact you over the summer and meet with you in person during New Student Orientation.

Academic Advising →
Meet the Faculty →
Faculty Spotlights →

You will be assigned an upper-class resident assistant who lives in your dorm and be available from the moment you set foot on campus to help you acclimated to college life and introduce you to Trinity traditions.

#6Get Acquainted with Trinity Academics

Trinity offers a rigorous yet flexible curriculum enhanced with a wide range of interdisciplinary programs and special opportunities.

Majors and Minors →
Academic Centers →
Courses of Study Bulletin →
First Year Experience →
The Curriculum →
External Credits →

#7New Student Orientation and Move-In

We’re rolling out the maroon carpet for you. There will be faculty, staff, and students ready to help you and fellow new students be successful.

New Student Orientation →
Welcome Week →
First Year as a Tiger →

Transfer Tigers

Transfer Tigers: Your Enrollment Guide

#2Consider Costs & Funding

Cost of Attendance
Typical college costs include tuition, fees, living expenses, books and supplies, as well as personal and transportation costs.

Applying for Additional Funding
In order to apply for additional financial assistance, families must submit the appropriate financial aid applications by our preferred deadlines of May 1, 2019 for Fall 2019 transfer students and November 1, 2019 for Spring 2020 transfer students.

#3Submit your deposit

To become an officially enrolled Tiger, you must reserve your spot by submitting your non-refundable $500 deposit and the New Student Information Form via your portal.

  • Fall Entry: by June 15
  • Spring Entry: by December 15

Please remember that a deposit should only be sent to the one school you plan to attend.

Submit Your Deposit

#4Housing, Campus Life, and Additional Forms

Residence Halls
Trinity residence halls feature suite-style rooms with semi-private bathrooms, a large closet, balconies or outdoor walkways, microwave/mini-fridge combo, wireless internet, cable, and IPTV. Oh, and did we mention the housekeeping service that cleans all rooms and bathrooms every two weeks?

All unmarried Trinity undergraduate students reside in university housing for their first three years but certain exceptions apply. Contact reslife@trinity.edu for additional information.

The Housing Survey will be due:

  • Spring 2019 entry: January 1, 2019
  • Fall 2019 entry: June 2019
  • Spring 2020 entry: January 1, 2020

Student Life and Culture →
Campus Dining →

Additional Forms
Health Record Form | Proof of medical insurance (forms will be available in the spring and due by July 2019)

Transcripts:
Your final high school transcript must be submitted to Trinity after graduation (by July 1).

#5Connect with Faculty Adviser

Trinity professors, staff, and student mentors act as a team to guide each student through the maze of college life. They will provide you with everything from assistance creating your academic program to help navigating different aspects of campus life.

Your faculty adviser will contact you over the summer and meet with you in person during New Student Orientation.

Academic Advising →
Meet the Faculty →
Faculty Spotlights →

#6Get Acquainted with Trinity Academics

Trinity offers a rigorous yet flexible curriculum enhanced with a wide range of interdisciplinary programs and special opportunities.

Majors and Minors →
Courses of Study Bulletin →
The Curriculum →
External Credits →

#7New Student Orientation and Move-In

We’re rolling out the maroon carpet for you. There will be faculty, staff, and students ready to help you and fellow new students be successful.

New Student Orientation →
Welcome Week →

International Tigers

International Tigers: Your Enrollment Guide

#2Submit your deposit

To become an officially enrolled Tiger, you must reserve your spot in the Class of 2023 by submitting your non-refundable $500 deposit and the International New Student Information Form via your portal.

  • Early Decision l students must do both by Feb. 1
  • Early Decision ll students must do both by March 1
  • Early Action and Regular Decision students must do both by May 1

Please remember that a deposit should only be sent to the one school you plan to attend.

Submit Your Deposit

#3Prepare for your student visa

After you submit your deposit, you’ll receive an email from International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) with instructions for securing your immigration status/visa in order to attend Trinity University.

If your intention is to attend Trinity University on F-1 visa/status, then Trinity University ISSS will need to issue you a Form I-20, Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status. In order to start this process, ISSS requires the following:

1. A new and completed Trinity International Student Financial Certification Form, with supporting financial documentation (bank statements, etc.). This form is separate from any financial documents you have previously submitted to the Office of Admissions.

2. A scan or photocopy of your current passport

Please return the completed Financial Certification form and all materials requested to ISSS.

International students who are not intending to attend Trinity University on F-1 visa/status and therefore will not require a Form I-20 do not need to provide any financial information to our office. Instead, you must provide copies or scans of all your current immigration information, including your passport ID page, current visa, electronic I-94, and Notice of Action.

#4Housing, Campus Life, and Additional Forms

Roommate Matching
All deposited students will be asked to fill out an online survey detailing lifestyle preferences such as sleep habits and degree of neatness. This information will be used to match you with a compatible roommate and suitemates.

The Housing Survey will be due June 2019

Residence Halls
Trinity residence halls feature suite-style rooms with semi-private bathrooms, a large closet, balconies or outdoor walkways, microwave/mini-fridge combo, wireless internet, cable, and IPTV. Oh, and did we mention the housekeeping service that cleans all rooms and bathrooms every two weeks?

All Trinity undergrads reside in university housing for their first three years.

View First Year Residence Halls →
Life at Trinity →
Get Involved →
Campus Dining →

Additonal Forms
Health Record Form | Health Insurance Waiver (forms will be available in the spring and due by July 2019)

Transcripts:
Your final high school transcript must be submitted to Trinity after graduation (by July 1).

#5Connect with Faculty Adviser

Trinity professors, staff, and student mentors act as a team to guide each student through the maze of college life. They will provide you with everything from assistance creating your academic program to help navigating different aspects of campus life.

Your faculty adviser will contact you over the summer and meet with you in person during New Student Orientation.

Academic Advising →
Meet the Faculty →
Faculty Spotlights →

You will be assigned an upper-class resident mentor who lives in your dorm and be available from the moment you set foot on campus to help you acclimated to college life and introduce you to Trinity traditions.

#6Get Acquainted with Trinity Academics

Trinity offers a rigorous yet flexible curriculum enhanced with a wide range of interdisciplinary programs and special opportunities

Majors and Minors →
Courses of Study Bulletin →
First Year Experience →
The Curriculum →
External Credits →

#7International Student Orientation
and Move-In

We’re rolling out the maroon carpet for you. There will be faculty, staff, and students ready to help you and fellow new students be successful.

This orientation is mandatory for non-U.S. citizens and optional for U.S. citizens schooling outside of the United States.

International Student Orientation →
New Student Orientation →
Welcome Week →
First Year as a Tiger→
Cultural Adjustment →

Important Dates

Important Dates & Deadlines

Take note of the important dates below.

May 2019

May 15:New Student Information survey due


June 2019

June 1:Housing and Academic Interest surveys due

July 2019

Jul 1:Final high school transcripts due Jul 1:Health Record Form Due to Health Service

August 2019

Aug 14:Move-In Day for International Students Aug 14-16:New International Student Orientation Aug 16:Move-In DayAug 18:International Parent and Family Orientation Aug 16-18:Parent and Family Orientation

Aug 16-21:New Student Orientation
Aug 21:Classes begin
Aug 30:Last day to submit student health insurance plan waiver

#8

Get Connected

Learn more about the day-to-day happenings on campus. Add us on SnapChat, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, and like us on Facebook.



Class of 2023 Facebook

Class of 2022

Share your excitement with other First Year Tigers on the Class of 2023 Facebook group.

Show your Tiger Pride

Learn About #BalcLife

Add us on Instagram and get a good feel for campus life at Trinity. With over 100 clubs and organizations, there's always something going on.



Show your Tiger Pride

See Life at Trinity

Add our student-run Snapchat account to get a behind-the-scenes look at student events and learn about campus organizations through our #TigerTakeover series.

Show your Tiger Pride

Like Trinity on Facebook

Like us on Facebook and stay up-to-date with campus news, see what our current students and alumni are up to, and tune in to live events throughout the year.



Ask a tiger

#AskATiger

You've got questions. We've got answers. Ask about life at Trinity. Send your questions to askatiger@trinity.edu or check out the answers to some previously submitted questions.

Clubs and Orgs

Clubs and Orgs

Get a head start mapping out which clubs and organizations you’ll get involved with. There’s something for every interest and passion.

Confident, Curious, Catalysts: our alumni are Tigers at Heart


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    Easing the Path

    Inspired by his own experience, first-generation alumnus helps others navigate the complexities of higher education

    Manuel (Manny) Gonzalez ’07, B.S. Business Management/Spanish

  • jan Naylor cope blessing bikes with holy water

    Answering the Call

    White House executive finds deep meaning in new role as provost of National Cathedral

    Jan Naylor Cope ’78, B.A. Sociology and Psychology

  • tim jo on this is us

    From Stage Fright to Flight

    Trinity graduate represents Korean-American community on hit show This Is Us

Have your nachos
and eat them too.

Get a world-class education, get involved, and compete in varsity sports. #morenachosplease

The opportunities at Trinity are endless. We promise exceptional and accessible faculty, abundant resources and opportunities, a rigorous yet flexible curriculum, and a diverse campus community. Trinity is student-driven, faculty-inspired, and community-connected—in the classroom, on campus, and around the world.


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