Applying to Trinity is easy—and free. The sooner you apply, the better your financial aid package.
Complete our online application.
Applications are accepted throughout the year. If you apply by our preferred application date of Feb. 15 you will receive priority consideration for all scholarships and housing awards. Awards will be determined on a case by case basis for applications received after Feb. 15.
Ask your high school counselor to send us your official high-school transcripts. If you are a running start student, please request official transcripts from all colleges you have taken classes at.
Submit test scores.
Trinity requires the ACT or SAT as a college entrance examination. We accept scores listed on official high school transcripts, or you can request ACT or SAT send us scores directly.
Trinity code numbers for the tests are: SAT-4408, ACT-4453.
Submit your personal statement.
Our online application includes a personal statement. Your personal statement needs to be at least 250 words long and may be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 425.249.4806. Click here to download the instructions [PDF].
Notification of Acceptance
You can expect an admission decision by mail within two to three weeks after we have received all of your application materials. The Trinity admission staff considers each application individually, considering your academic performance, test scores, recommendation, as well as your school, church and community involvement.
High School Coursework Admissions Criteria:
Trinity understands the distinct needs of homeschool students. We understand that each homeschooler comes from a diverse educational foundation. Whether they partner with homeschool co-ops, are taught solely at home, or in partnership with other public or private schools, the uniqueness of Trinity can accommodate the uniqueness of the homeschool individual.
When applying to Trinity, students should submit any parent made transcripts as well as any transcripts from distance learning and/or online high schools. If such transcripts are not available, a portfolio of high school completion should be submitted. Contact the Office of Admissions for more information at email@example.com or 425.249.4800.