Financial Aid


Trinity = Tremendous Value

  • One of the lowest tuitions of all private 4-year colleges in the state of Washington
  • Generous scholarships and grants
  • More than 95% of Trinity students receive some form of financial aid

Where to start

  1. File your FAFSA
    To be considered for need based aid your FAFSA must be on file with our Office of Financial Aid. You can apply directly online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Remember to include Trinity's school code 013525. Financial aid files completed by March 1 will receive priority consideration for scholarships, awards and grants.
  2. Complete your application to Trinity
    It's free to apply online. Applications are accepted throughout the year. If you apply by our preferred application date of Feb. 15 you will receive priority consideration for all scholarships and housing awards. Awards are determined on a case by case basis for applications received after Feb. 15.
  3. Apply for Scholarships, Awards and Grants
    Trinity offers a variety of academic, merit, talent and specialty scholarships. To learn more about scholarships click here. You can use our Scholarship Calculator to find out which scholarships you may qualify for.
    View a list of awards and grants.
    View a list of scholarships.

Financial Aid Facts

More than 95% of Trinity students receive some form of financial aid.

Trinity’s average student financial aid package is $12,700.

Trinity merit scholarships range from $500 to full tuition!

Types of Financial Aid

Scholarships – awards for academic merit

Awards & Grants – awards based on talent or financial need

Loans – funds you can borrow to fund your education

Contact Us

Andrea Wilson
Director of Financial Aid & Student Records
425.249.4777
425.249.4801 fax
fin_aid@TLC.edu



Important Dates:
January 1

File your FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov

Learn More

February 15

Trinity preferred application date

Apply Online

March 1

Priority date for financial aid files for scholarships, awards and grants.

May 1

National College Decision Day