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Admissions and Registration Requirements

Associate of Arts Degree in General Studies

The following tasks must be completed prior to the start of the program.

Printable list of Admissions Steps

1.  Attend Information Session

Please come to an Information Session at THEARC to learn about Trinity’s associate degree program.

You may register for an upcoming Information Session.

 

2. Apply for Admission

Please download a copy of the Application for Admission to Trinity’s Associate Degree Program

After you have completed and signed the application, please mail it to:

Office of Admissions
Trinity Washington University
125 Michigan Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20017

 

3. Submit Previous Education Verification

You must submit one of the following:

  • An official high school transcript, or
  • An official GED Transcript, or
  • Official academic transcripts from all postsecondary institutions attended

Please note: If you have attended another institution, you must submit an official college transcript.  Please contact your previous institution and have the official transcript sent to the address above as soon as possible.

 

4. Complete the Skills Assessment

Once you have been accepted into the program, you will need to take the Skills Assessement.  The Skills Assessment is used to determine your course placement for English and Math. The Skills Assessement must be completed onsite, either at THEARC or at Trinity’s Main Campus.

Register online to take the assessment.

Please note, this location is only for students interested in starting the associate’s degree at THEARC.

If you are planning to attend school on Trinity’s Main Campus, please schedule your Skills Assessment at that location.

If the above date/time do not fit your schedule, you may schedule a Skills Assessment on Main Campus.

If you have questions, comments or concerns about the assessment, please contact the

Office of Academic (and testing) Services or call 202-884-9360.

Please note: all students must take the Skills Assessment.

 

5. Register

After you have completed the Placement Exam, you may select your courses for the upcoming semester.
New Student Registration Form

The program director/advisor will assist you with course selection.  Please email or call to set an appointment: Candice Washington, 202-884-9302

 

6. Make Payment Arrangements

The tuition for the AA degree is $165 per credit hour. Most courses are 3 credit hours, or $495. Please also estimate about $150 per course for the cost of books.

You have several options to finance your education: grants/student loans, a payment plan, or employer tuition reimbursement.  Please contact Enrollment Services/Financial Aid for more information.

If you need assistance completing the FAFSA, you may complete it at THEARC or at Main Campus during specific times.

If you have questions about financing your education, please contact the Office of Financial Services at 202-884-9530 or email the office.

 

7.  Attend New Student Orientation (Undergraduate)

New Student Orientation (Undergraduate) will be held on Trinity’s Main Campus – 125 Michigan Avenue, NE

Summer Session – Tuesday, May 21, 2013, 6pm

Please register for New Student Orientation.


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Contact us by phone at 202/884-9400 or by email: thearc@trinitydc.edu

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