Each year, Trinity designates 20 incoming freshmen as Steinhauser Scholars. Each receives a renewable, four-year tuition scholarship based upon outstanding achievement on the Placement Test.
The top 10 scorers on the Placement Test will receive $3,000 annual scholarships. The next 10 highest scorers will receive $2,000 annual scholarships.
All incoming and returning families are encouraged to participate in the school’s need-based financial aid process. For those who apply and qualify for financial aid, Trinity will meet 100 percent of a Steinhauser Scholar’s demonstrated need, which will include the Steinhauser Scholarship and additional aid up to the level of demonstrated need. The amount of the scholarship and the financial aid awarded may not exceed the total cost of tuition. Students must meet certain performance standards to initially receive, and then renew the scholarships each year.
The scholarships are named in honor of Trinity’s first principal, Monsignor Alfred Steinhauser. A bold and innovative educator, Father Steinhauser was instrumental in the development of Trinity’s inclusive educational philosophy.
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