Trinity College of Florida is committed to providing you with quality advising that promotes your learning and development.
The Registrar's Office maintains the accuracy and confidentiality of all academic records, including grades, transcripts, test scores, etc. In addition, we will advise you about transferring credits, registration, your major, and graduation.
If you cannot find the information you need on this page, please contact the Registrar's Office.
To order a copy of your Trinity College transcripts, please follow the following steps:
1. Send a signed Transcript Request Form to Trinity College of Florida, Office of the Registrar, 2430 Welbilt Blvd., Trinity, FL 34655 FAX: 727-376-0781
2. Indicate where the transcript is to be sent and how many copies you want sent
3. List approximate dates of attendance at Trinity
4. Indicate social security number and name at time of attendance (if different from current name)
5. Include signature
Official transcripts cost $5 per copy and are processed within 5-7 business days upon receipt of your request. E-mail requests cannot be honored, as a signature is required.
How can I contact the Regional Veterans Administration Office?
Write or call the DVA Regional Office, P.O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg, FL 33731, 1-800-827-1000.
How are VA Benefits initiated?
Upon acceptance to Trinity College of Florida, VA eligible students contact the Registrar's Office to initiate the necessary paperwork. A copy of the DD-214 Discharge Papers or a copy of a Certificate of Eligibility is needed. The Registrar's Office will submit documents to the Veterans Administration verifying attendance for eligible veterans at the beginning of each term.
How long does it take to receive the first VA check?
The first check arrives within six to eight weeks, but payments are retroactive to the first day of classes.
Are tuition payments deferred until VA funds are received?
Since the VA check is mailed directly to the student rather than the college, tuition payments cannot be deferred. VA eligible students should make arrangements with the Business Office to make tuition payments in accordance with college deadlines.
What if student status changes while receiving VA education benefits?
If VA eligible students withdraw from school or change training times, the Registrar should be notified immediately. Trinity College of Florida is obligated to report any changes to the Veterans Administration. It is also very important that VA students follow a prescribed degree plan approved by an academic advisor. The VA will pay only for courses applicable to a student's degree program.
How does the receipt of VA educational benefits affect eligibility for other financial aid programs?
Federal regulations require students to submit a copy of their VA award letter to the Financial Aid Office when they apply for other financial assistance. The VA will mail students an award letter explaining benefits for each term. Students may request a copy of this award letter at 800-827-1000. VA benefits are a resource that must be included as a part of the total financial aid package and can affect student eligibility for student loans. VA eligible students are encouraged to consult with a Trinity College of Florida financial aid counselor.
Is it possible to work while receiving VA benefits?
Trinity College of Florida is an approved VA Work Study site. Participating students may receive tax-free payments equal to minimum wage per hour for services performed under this program. More information is available in the Financial Aid Office.
Books can be purchased from the source of your choosing. We recommend amazon.com or half.com. (If purchasing through Amazon, you can use Amazon Smile to support Trinity College of Florida.)
Please purchase books at least 2 weeks before classes start. If living on campus, feel free to have your books shipped to the college. We will have them for you at the front desk when you arrive for New Student Orientation.
The spring 2018-2019 book lists can be found below:
Trinity College of Florida, in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) as amended, guarantees any student who is or has been in attendance at Trinity College of Florida the right of access to inspect and review educational records subject only to certain specific exceptions. With other limited exceptions, no personally identifiable information from educational records is to be disclosed to any third party by any employee of Trinity College of Florida without the written consent of the student.
Each student is guaranteed an opportunity to challenge the accuracy of the information contained in any file or record to which the student may have access, including the right to a hearing if so requested. Each student also has the right to file a complaint directly with the U.S. Department of Education whenever the student believes that the rights afforded the student by the college policy or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act have been violated.
Copies of the complete college policy statement on student records may be obtained from the Registrar's Office.
In order to be eligible for funding under the Title IV programs, an educational program must lead to a degree (associate, bachelor’s, graduate, or professional) or prepare students for “gainful employment in a recognized occupation.” The U.S. Department of Education requires institutions that participate in the student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment (GE) in a recognized occupation. Those regulations provide that institutions must also disclose certain information about their gainful employment programs to prospective students.