We invite all Trinity families to apply for financial aid. Since our founding, we have always tried to be as inclusive as possible. Offering tuition assistance totaling well over $3 million each year for those who qualify based on need keeps that aim alive.
- Financial aid is offered through the assistance of FACTS
- Applications will be available for families to complete on the FACTS website beginning Dec. 15
- Special Note: all incoming families should use “2024” for their son’s student ID number when applying.
- A family needs to complete only one application form, even if they will have more than one child in a local Catholic school during 2020-2021
- Families must submit a new application every year.
- Families will be asked for basic demographic information and to submit their 2018 tax documents to complete their application before Feb. 28
- Special Note: all families will be required to submit at least their 2018 Federal tax return and 2018 W-2’s.
- The information you provide is confidential and is not shared with third parties
- Applications should be “VERIFIED” on the FACTS website by Feb. 28 to be eligible for financial assistance
- Special Note: Once “VERIFIED” with FACTS you will see the word “COMPLETE” in a green box on your application.
- Any additional information or changes made to your application after Feb. 28 may not effect your need-base calculations for the upcoming school year
- Families will receive information from Trinity regarding the results of their application in early May
- Special Note – In order to be awarded financial aid you must assume responsibility of tuition payments via an active FACTS account for the enrolled student being applied for.
- If you feel the assistance is not sufficient, you are able to seek a review through FACTS by supplying additional information to the Trinity Business Office.
- With your permission, your son may also apply for our Work-Study Program. A family may apply for financial aid, work-study or both
- To begin you financial aid application click here
- To learn more about our Work-Study program click here
Trinity will host a special Parent Meeting on Thursday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. to go over the financial aid application process and answer any questions you may have. You can RSVP for the event below:
Applying for Aid Online Video Tutorial
Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions about need-based financial aid.
Q – What is financial aid?
Q – Is the amount of aid granted consistent over four years?
Q – Who may apply for financial aid?
Q – Who determines whether I qualify for tuition assistance?
Q – What information is supplied by FACTS to the school?
Q – What are the factors used to determine demonstrated need?
Q – What income basis applies for self-employed parents who experience no profit periods or high profit years?
Q – Does FACTS use the same criteria for every school or does Trinity say what ours should be?
Q – As a percentage of annual tuition, what is the least and most aid a Trinity student will receive this year?
Q – As members of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, are there rules Trinity must follow about tuition, financial aid and scholarships?
Q – Does the school comply with these rules
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