University joins Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success
Trinity University has joined more than 100 colleges and universities as part of the Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success and is now accepting the Coalition application for admission.
“We are excited and pleased to participate in the Coalition,” said Eric Maloof, vice president for Enrollment Management at Trinity. “We view our membership in the Coalition as an important initiative in our efforts to identify and enroll the most talented students in the United States and across the world. It’s critical that we endeavor to make the college application process flexible enough to accommodate a range of strengths.”
“Expanding our membership creates the potential for outreach efforts to have a broader impact; we are thrilled to be able to collaborate with Trinity University to improve college access,” said Annie Reznik, executive director of the Coalition.
The mobile-friendly Coalition application includes a suite of online college planning tools— free of charge for all high school students—which supports collaborative early engagement outreach efforts by member colleges.
The Coalition was founded on principal values, beliefs, and extensive research to improve the college application process for all students. Members of the Coalition include a diverse group of public and private universities that provide substantial support to lower-resourced and under-represented students, offer responsible student financial aid support, and demonstrate a commitment to student graduation.
Trinity University, one of the nation's top private undergraduate institutions, is known for its superior academic quality, personalized attention with outstanding faculty, exceptional resources, real-world preparation, and vibrant campus life. Trinity is a community that encourages students to discover, grow, and become passionate, productive individuals. Located in historic, culturally-rich San Antonio, Trinity offers the most relevant education option for the 21st century. For more information on Trinity University, visit www.trinity.edu.