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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...

Graduate program tuition reduced

Graduate program tuition reduced

Kendra Derrig October 3, 2019

Graphic by Quinn ButterfieldThe Board of Trustees voted to approve a new tuition model for graduate programs at Trinity University at their Sept. 12 meeting. The new model will uncouple graduate program...

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...

369 balloons decorated the lawn in front of Miller Fountain on Jan. 24 in celebration of Tuition Stop Day. The day recognizes that only two-thirds of students' education at Trinity is covered by tuition and encourages students to give back once they graduate. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Campus celebrates third annual Tuition Stop Day

Cathy Terrace January 31, 2018

Last week, 369 balloons decked the lawn in front of Miller Fountain for the third annual Tuition Stop Day. The event was hosted to promote student philanthropy and make students more aware of how donations...

Next week, members of Congress will decide on a tax reform bill that includes an excise tax on university endowments that may cost Trinity $3 million. photo provided by Jomar Thomas on Unsplash

Trinity hires lobbyists to combat proposed endowment tax

Daniel Conrad December 16, 2017

Trinity University has enlisted former Texas congressman Henry Bonilla and two others to lobby against the proposed tax on private university endowments in the Republicans’ tax reform bill, which President...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: Your money is being misused!

Editorial Staff November 9, 2017

Trinity relies on a technicality in order to scrape money from the student activity fee, the $150-per-semester payment that every student pays on top of their tuition. What they're doing is legal, but...

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...

Though more students are applying each year, the university has kept its acceptance numbers stable. graphic by Tyler Herron

The state of the university budget

Daniel Conrad March 31, 2017

Last Thursday, Trinity University president Danny Anderson presented the annual budget briefing to faculty and staff in Stieren Theater. He addressed tuition increases, annual revenues, the potential acquisition...

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