FAQS: Know Your Trinity Facts!
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Metro SafeTrack Program and Trinity Response to Transportation Issues
For most of the next year, Metrorail will be undergoing a renovation of tracks to provide safer and more reliable service. The program, known as Metro SafeTrack, will cause disruptions in rail service during the periods of repair on various lines.
Metro Repairs to Impact Red Line Fall 2016:
SafeTrack Surge #10: Fort Totten to NoMa: This phase will shut down the Red Line between NoMa & Fort Totten and was originally scheduled to take place from October 10 through November 1, 2016. Metro has announced that this phase has been delayed: The new date will not be announced until mid-September, and will not begin until late October. The Trinity community will be notified as soon as we know the new date for this surge.
Trinity Transportation Survey
To understand the impact of the Metro SafeTrack program on Trinity’s students, faculty, staff and guests, and to gather data that helps Trinity’s management plan some solutions to the disruptions, Trinity has conducted a survey of the campus community to learn more about transportation patterns. Click here to see the results of the survey and to learn more about what Trinity is doing to help you to cope with the disruptions in Metrorail service.
What’s the latest on the new Trinity Academic Center?
We officially cut the ribbon on the beautiful new Payden Academic Center in June! We’re putting the finishing touches on the building and students will begin classes in the state-of-the-art labs and classrooms in August 2016! Visit the new Payden Academic Center website to learn more about the building, view the Dedication Ceremony and watch an inspiring video!
Who’s Who at Trinity?
Trying to figure out who’s in charge around here, or who can help you with a particular issue? Check out our Trinity’s Who’s Who page to find just the right person to help you!
Fast Facts About Trinity
Want to become a real expert on Trinity in a short period of time? Just know these Fast Facts!
Money, Money, Money!
Top Money FAQs
- How much does Trinity cost?
- How does Trinity spend my money?
- Where can I get more information on Trinity’s finances?
Tuition and Budget Information
How much does Trinity cost?
Trinity’s tuition prices and related fees vary by the school in which the student enrolls, the degree level, and whether the student is full-time or part-time. Tuition prices also change annually.
To see the current list of tuition and fees visit the Tuition and Fees page of Trinity’s website.
For more detailed information on Trinity’s tuition, Trinity’s budget and spending allocations, please take a minute to view the Trinity Tuition Presentation 2016
How does Trinity spend my money?
The illustration below shows how Trinity spends $41 million in in Fiscal 2016. 48 cents of every dollar goes for salaries and benefits for faculty and staff. 24 cents goes back to students in the form of scholarships and grants. 10 cents of every dollar supports facilities. The rest of the expense budget is illustrated. Trinity can account for every penny and all expenditures are absolutely essential for the operation of an effective university.
Take a minute to review the Trinity Tuition Presentation 2016 on Trinity’s tuition and budget, including more detailed FAQs about how we spend your money.
Where can I get more information on Trinity’s finances?
Trinity engages the accounting firm of Brown Edwards LLP to conduct the annual audit, and the audited financial statements provide a detailed picture of Trinity’s finances. Click on the fiscal year of interest to you below to go to the audited financial statements for those years:
- Fiscal 2015 Audited Financial Statements
- Fiscal 2014 Audit
- Fiscal 2013 Audited Financial Statements
- Fiscal 2012 (July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012)
- Fiscal 2011 (July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011)
- Fiscal 2010 (July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010)
- Fiscal 2009 (July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009)
- Fiscal 2008 (July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008)
- Fiscal 2007 (July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007)
- Fiscal 2006 (July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006)
You can also see Trinity’s Form 990 Federal Tax Return here:
- 2015 Form 990
- 2013 Form 990
- 2012 Trinity Form 990
- 2011 Trinity Form 990
- 2010 Trinity Form 990
- 2009 Trinity Form 990 (Federal Tax Return)