Trinity: Committed to the Education of D.C. Students
According to a new Trinity study of enrollment and retention patterns of Trinity students who are D.C. residents and students who participate in D.C. TAG (Tuition Assistance Grant):
- 65% of the 551 Trinity students who have participated in the D.C. TAG program since its inception in 2000 have completed their college degree or are still enrolled at Trinity. Meet four D.C. Public Schools graduates who have earned their degrees from Trinity.
- Trinity awarded more than $7.4 million in grants and scholarships to 429 D.C. residents enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and who have received D.C. TAG funds since its inception in 2000. These financial awards are supported entirely out of Trinity’s budget. (Trinity’s total annual budget: $21 million).
- Trinity awarded an average scholarship of $6,261 to D.C. residents this year. Read more about the financial support that Trinity provides to D.C. residents.
- Trinity enrolls more D.C. residents in its degree programs than any other private university in the nation – more than 750 students (fewer than 250 are eligible for D.C. TAG in any given year). Nearly half of Trinity’s enrollment is from the District.
- The majority of Trinity’s students reside east of 16th Street and more than 20% of Trinity’s D.C. students are from Wards 7 and 8. Trinity enrolls graduates from every high school in the District. View a map of where Trinity’s students reside in D.C.
- Trinity is the only university offering college degrees East of the Anacostia. Trinity is offering college degrees at THEARC – Town Hall, Education, Arts and Recreation Campus, in southeast D.C. Trinity is the only institution – public or private, college or university – offering college degrees in southeast D.C.