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Trinty is given such high ratings everywhere andAverageUndecided
Trinty is given such high ratings everywhere and I knew I'd get a good education and having Trinity listed on your resume I believe will look good to employers. The professors are friendly and helpful but please beware of the Financial Aid office. They enticed me with a great package entering Trinity but on returning took very much needed aid away. Don't count on the Financial Aid to assist because they are very rude and scriptive. Also beware, returning students get their Financial Aid pkg mid July - too late to transfer- coincidence?
1st Year Male -- Class 2014
Scholastic Success: A+, Individual Value: D+
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Trinity is definitely a good school w/ goodAverageUndecided
Trinity is definitely a good school w/ good professors and if you plan on getting a job right out of college -I think it looks really good on paper. Major problem I have had is that they will do and help so much in getting you there - but they do not care to keep students. They offered a very enticing Financial Aid pkg to lure me in and I took it hook,line and sinker. Students beware...they take monies away after the first year and the returning students do not receive their Financial Aid pkg until mid July - of course, too late to transfer. I think they are fully aware that if those pkgs were out earlier than many more would transfer - as I plan to do after this year. So don't get suckered in when they offer an appealing pkg - unless your parents can pay all costs themselves!!
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
Surrounding City: A, Individual Value: F
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Trinity is a smallBrightCommunications
Trinity is a small school, which is great because you get one on one attention from professors, but socially it can seem a little limited sometimes. Definitely consider what you want from your college experience. Trinity students are by and large here to learn, everything else comes second.
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
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