School of Education Tuition, 2004-2005
Dear Students in Trinity’s School of Education:
At their meeting on February 6, 2004, the Trinity College Board of Trustees established tuition and fee prices for 2004-2005. In making their tuition decision, the Trustees carefully weighed the financial needs of our students alongside the inevitable increases we will experience in faculty salaries, technology and maintenance costs, and other goods and services that are necessary to support Trinity’s educational enterprise.
For 2004-2005, Trinity’s tuition for the School of Education will increase 3% from $535 per credit hour to $550 per credit hour an increase of $15 per credit or $45 per three-credit course. The 2004-2005 tuition for all other programs is set forth in the rate schedule listed below. A more detailed schedule of all fees at Trinity is published on Trinity’s website.
Trinity’s graduate tuition and fees remain significantly lower than other private universities in the Washington region and around the nation; some of the local tuition prices exceed $800 per credit and are rising even faster. Trinity’s School of Education strives to deliver excellent academic quality at a moderate tuition price for students who are pursuing careers as teachers, guidance counselors, principals and other school personnel.
As always, I am happy to discuss Trinity’s tuition price, costs and budget with you. Thank you for your continuing participation in Trinity’s important educational mission.
President Patricia McGuire