Students at Trinity are charged about 30% of the actual cost of education. It is therefore imperative that they be responsible for the chargeable cost.
The constituent member churches recognise that it is their responsibility to help their own students. Usually scholarships granted by member churches are sufficient to cover the student's tuition, room and board, basic text books and personal expenditure. These scholarships are administered by the respective churches. Applicants should apply to their own church or denominational agencies for advice.
Upon acceptance into the college, new international students are required to pay one year of fees in advance. In the event that a student withdraws from the programme, the college will refund the fees paid in advance, provided the student notifies the college in writing before or not later than 14 days from the start of the new semester.
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