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Congratulations on getting accepted! We look forward to you joining the Trinity Sisterhood.

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On behalf of our staff, faculty and students in the College of Arts and Sciences, we want to extend a warm welcome to all of our accepted students. We look forward to meeting you and working with you throughout your years at Trinity.

Here are your next steps as an accepted student:

1.Confirm your attendance. This form lets us know if you have made a decision to attend Trinity.

2. Submit your FAFSA: Complete your FAFSA onlineTrinity’s code is 001460 If you need help filling out your FAFSA, contact our Enrollment Services Office at 202-884-9530

3. RSVP and Attend a “Start Strong” Registration Day

“Start Strong” Registration days.

4. Complete your required health form and Insurance Information with the Health Center

Forms can all be scanned and emailed to healthcenter@trinitydc.edu. If you have any questions about Trinity’s health form requirements, please contact Ms. Gina Waitt, Director of Health and Wellness Center/Nurse Practitioner, at WaittG@Trinitydc.edu or 202-884-9618.

Trinity Washington University is pleased to offer our students and their families Student Insurance Plan Options for the 2016-2017 Academic Year including access to comprehensive health care at an affordable premium, access to preferred providers for less out of pocket and online features to help you better manage your benefits.  All students must have health insurance while they attend Trinity Washington University.  If you already have comprehensive insurance coverage, you can submit a waiver and document your existing coverage.  The mandatory health fee of $250 cannot be waived.

5. Interested in living on campus? Complete your housing application

If you have any questions about living on campus or the housing application process, please contact Campus Housing at campushousing@trinitydc.edu or 202-884-9314.

6. If you have a physical, psychological, or cognitive disability and would like to identify yourself to the Disability Support Services (DSS) office complete this form

7. Mark Your Calendar

  • New and Transfer Student Move-in Day: Wednesday, January 11, 2017
  • New Student Orientation: Thursday, January 12, 2017
  • Classes Begin: Tuesday, January 17, 2017

We look forward to meeting you soon!

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Congratulations on getting accepted! We look forward to seeing you here at Trinity.

We extend a warm welcome to all of our accepted students. We look forward to meeting you and working with you throughout your years at Trinity.

Here are your next steps as an accepted student:

  1. Complete Declaration of Intent Form
  2. Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor
  3. Submit your Application for Financial Aid
  4. Attend orientation
  5. If you have a physical, psychological, or cognitive disability and would like to identify yourself to the Disability Support Services (DSS) office complete this form

1. Complete this form. It lets us know you have made a decision to attend Trinity Washington University.


2. Register for your classes! Once your Declaration of Intent is submitted, you will be contacted by your academic advisor to plan your course selection/s.

3. Submit your FAFSA: Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid onlineTrinity’s code is 001460 If you need help filling out your FAFSA, contact our Enrollment Services Office at 202-884-9530 or email them at: enrollmentservices@trinitydc.edu

4. Attend New Student Orientation: This on campus event is a wonderful opportunity to become acquainted with the resources that will be available to you as you matriculate at Trinity. You will also have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with faculty and staff from your particular school. Each school has its own orientation schedule:

  • Tue, Jan 10: School of Business and Graduate Studies New Student Orientation
  • Tue, Jan 10 6pm-7:30pm: School of Nursing and Health Professions New Student Orientation – RSVP
  • Wed, Jan 11, 5-7pm: School of Education New Student Orientation
  • Wed, Jan 11: School of Professional Studies New Student Orientation

5. If you have a physical, psychological, or cognitive disability and would like to identify yourself to the Disability Support Services (DSS) office complete this form


Interested in applying to Trinity? Contact admissions@trinitydc.edu or call 202-884-9400.

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