TIU-Florida is affordable enough that students from every economic background can have access to a high-quality Christian education. We can help you find ways to fund your education.
A college education is an investment in your future. For those who qualify, Trinity International University-Florida offers and accepts several financial options to help you reach your educational objectives through the following financial aid resources:
- Financial Aid (grants and loans)
- Bright Futures
- Florida Prepaid
- Employer Reimbursement
- Monthly Payment Plan
- Veteran’s Benefits
We’re Here to Help
The financial aid team at Trinity International University-Florida is here to help you find ways to fund your education, and understand the application and award process. Financial aid is a source of monetary support provided by various agencies (state, federal, and local governments; universities, community organizations, private corporations, or individuals) to meet the costs of attending college. This support includes gift aid (grants and scholarships) and self-assisted aid (loans and student employment). Students are welcome to schedule an appointment with a financial aid representative, or walk in between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information or to schedule an appointment please call (954) 382-6442.
The Registrar’s Office of TIU-Florida coordinates veteran’s benefits for eligible students. Contact Dennis Martinez at [email protected] or (954) 382-6461. For more information on veteran’s benefits, please visit www.vba.va.gov.
FERPA Privacy Act (Information Disclosure)
Your financial aid application is a confidential document. FERPA (the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) exists to protect your rights to confidentiality, and limit institutional ability to release information about your financial aid application. Any documentation (including details about your award package) submitted by students, or jointly with parent(s) or spouse, is considered confidential. No documentation or information can be released without the student’s written consent. Information released over the phone to anyone will be only of a general nature. Specific details must be discussed in person.