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Financial barriers of attendance lowered for SAISD students

Rachel Poovathoor October 21, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle If you look just beyond the Trinity fountain, past the admissions office, you’ll see Alamo Stadium, which Trinity has shared with the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD)...

CARES funding distributed to students over summer

CARES funding distributed to students over summer

Rachel Poovathoor August 27, 2020

Graphic by Nadia Crawford “Everyone was affected by this in some way, right? But particularly, our students with the most financial need were affected the most,” said Eric Maloof, Vice President...

Emergency fund created to help alleviate student financial stress

Emergency fund created to help alleviate student financial stress

Kathleen Creedon April 2, 2020

Photo by Kathleen CreedonThis article is a part of the Trinitonian’s coverage of Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest of our coverage.When...

Tuition rises 4%, rooming rates stay the same

Tuition rises 4%, rooming rates stay the same

Neha Kumar March 1, 2020

graphic by Quinn ButterfieldAdministration recently announced a four percent increase in tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year. But this shouldn’t come as a surprise to students: Tuition increases...

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Update to TigerPaws coming early next semester

Gabriella Garriga October 31, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh New changes are coming to TigerPaws with several areas of the system getting revamped in the coming months. Both the Office of the Registrar and Student Financial Services...

Minimum GPA required to maintain merit-based scholarship reduced

Minimum GPA required to maintain merit-based scholarship reduced

Kathleen Creedon October 31, 2019

Graphic by Quinn Butterfield. In the 2018-2019 school year, 90 percent of full-time Trinity students received merit-aid scholarship. In the past, these students would lose this merit aid if their GPAs...

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Robert Lawrence Foye Memorial Scholarship Fund collects one hundred thousand dollars

Maria Zaharatos February 14, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutAfter their son’s passing early last year, members of the Foye family expressed their desire to start a scholarship fund in his honor, and this goal is now becoming a...

graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

Faculty clarifies fixed scholarships

Cathy Terrace February 22, 2018

Trinity scholarships are determined before students enroll at Trinity. However, once scholarships are awarded to students, the amount is fixed, despite changes in tuition. According to Eric Maloof, vice...

Graphic by Tyler Herron, graphics editor.

Trinity endowment under aim in tax reform policy

Kendra Derrig November 29, 2017

Proposed plans for tax reform are currently making their way through the United States House of Congress and the Senate. While there are still many hurdles to clear, the bills could impose a 1.4 percent...

The university hopes to raise study abroad participation from 30-40 percent to 60-80 percent with this new financial policy.  illustration by Andrea Nebhut

University revises study abroad financial policy

Kendra Derrig September 19, 2017

As of this fall semester, the Trinity University Center for International Engagement (CIE) converted the school's financial policy for study abroad programs to a "home school model," meaning each student...

The university's strategic plan and campus master plan share the intention to expand the Trinity experience, both figuratively and literally. File photo

Ten-year plan designed to improve educational experience

Kaylie King September 12, 2017

In 2013, Trinity implemented a 10-year strategic plan to be completed in 2023. The plan originated before Danny Anderson, president of the university, came to Trinity, but Anderson has since taken on the...

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