Tuition

EXPENSES 2014 - 2015

 

Traditional Program

Credit hour per semester (1 – 15 credit hours): $495.00 Per Hour

Credit hour per semester (16  credit hours and above): $395.00 Per Hour

Per audit credit hour: $260.00

Per credit hour retired senior citizens (65 years-old+): $250.00

 

TrinityQuest

Credit hour per semester: $375.00

Campus fee: $75.00

Credit hour per semester online: $375.00

Online student course fee: $50.00

 

Residence

Room security deposit: $150.00

Replacement key charge: $30.00

Room & board per semester (10 Meal Plan, double occupancy): $3,225**

Room & board per semester (10 Meal Plan, single occupancy): $4,900**

Summer room per week: $95.00

 

General Fees

Student activity fee (5+ credits): $400.00***

Late registration fee : $50.00

 

Special Fees

Graduation fee: $115.00

Internship fee: $65.00

Replacement key charge (other than room key): $20.00

Independent/directed study fee: $110.00

Practice piano fee per semester: $110.00

Private music per semester: $165.00 (1/2 hour per week, 15 weeks, vocal & piano)

 

** Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and dinner (Monday through Friday) .

*** Students taking less than 5 credits pay only for involvement in specific activities.

All charges are subject to change.

 

TUITION ARRANGEMENTS

All students should complete their financial aid as early as possible. Some types of financial aid are limited. Priority is given to students who have filed all paperwork by April 1st.  Students desiring to enroll in the College's payment plan should complete their financial aid (if applicable) so an accurate balance due can be calculated.

Traditional Undergraduate Program:  Payment & Past Due Policy

Student accounts must be paid in full or students must have enrolled in the college’s payment plan by 4:00pm on the Friday of the first week of classes.  Failure to pay the balance due in full or be enrolled in the college’s payment plan by that deadline will result in a student being administratively withdrawn from classes and suspended from access to campus facilities and housing, meal plans and other college services.  All accounts are to be paid in full by the end of each semester.      

For student financial aid to be considered part of the payment process, all documentation must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office prior to the start of classes. 

Traditional Undergraduate Payment Plan

Trinity College of Florida offers a payment plan.  The college’s payment plan expects students to pay five equal installments of his or her account balance by the end of the semester in which they are currently enrolled. The final payment may be slightly larger than the others if the value cannot be divided evenly. The first payment is due by 4:00pm on the Friday of the first week of classes.  The remaining four payments are due on the fifth of each month during the current semester.  Missed payments will result in a $50 penalty fee assessed to student accounts enrolled in this service. 

Payments may be made using cash, check, money order, or credit card (VISA or MasterCard).  Payments can be made in person (cash, check, money order or credit card) at the Business Office or online (credit card only).   A $25 administrative fee per semester will be applied to student accounts enrolled in the payment plan.

Students whose accounts are not paid in full will not receive transcripts, diplomas, or letters of recommendation, and are not permitted to enroll for a new semester until the balance owed is paid in full.

All past due accounts are, at the discretion of the Vice President for Business & Finance, subject to submission to a collection agency for processing.  Exceptions to this policy must be approved by the President’s Cabinet. 

TrinityQuest Program:  Payment & Past Due Policy

TrinityQuest on campus and online degree seeking student accounts must be paid in full or students must have enrolled in the college’s payment plan by the end of the drop/add period for the first course in which the student is enrolled.  Online non-degree seeking student accounts must be paid in full prior to the beginning of the first course in which the student is enrolled.  Failure to pay the balance due in full or be enrolled in the college’s payment plan by the deadline will result in a student being administratively withdrawn from classes and suspended from access to campus facilities and other college services.  Students participating in their organization’s employee reimbursement program for tuition purposes must submit required documentation to the TrinityQuest Office before enrollment in a course.  All accounts are to be paid in full by the end of each TrinityQuest semester.    

For student financial aid to be considered part of the payment process, all documentation must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office prior to the start of classes. 

TrinityQuest Payment Plan

Trinity College of Florida offers a payment plan for degree seeking students only.  The college’s payment plan expects students to pay equal installments of his or her account balance by the end of the TrinityQuest semester in which they are currently enrolled. The final payment may be slightly larger than the others if the value cannot be divided evenly.  The first payment is due by the end of the first week of the first course in which the student is enrolled.  Each remaining payment is due on the fifth of each month during the current TrinityQuest semester.  Missed payments will result in a $50 penalty fee assessed to student accounts enrolled in the payment plan. 

Payments may be made using cash, check, money order, or credit card (VISA or MasterCard).  Payments can be made in person (cash, check, money order or credit card) at the Business Office or online (credit card only).   A $25 administrative fee per semester will be applied to student accounts enrolled in this service.

Students whose accounts are not paid in full will not receive transcripts, diplomas, or letters of recommendation, and are not permitted to enroll for a new course or TrinityQuest semester until the balance owed is paid in full.

All past due accounts are, at the discretion of the Vice President for Business & Finance, subject to submission to a collection agency for processing.  Exceptions to this policy must be approved by the President’s Cabinet. 



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