Deerfield Trinity College 

Tuition - Trinity College
Full-time academic standing begins at 12 credit hours per semester.
Tuition (per hour, 1-11 hours), $1,260
Tuition (per semester, 12-18 hours), $15,100
Credit hours over 18, per hour $630
Tuition Online Course, per hour $365
Online Course fee, per course $150
High School Dual Credit, per course $150-$300
High School Dual Enrollment, per hour $150
May Term, Summer 2018 TBD
Students who qualify for the three year degree option (see academic section of this catalog) will receive a full rebate for up to 12 credits hours of May term and online courses offered in the summer.
Audit Fee, full-time (12+ hours) No charge
Audit Fee, less than full-time (1-11 hours), per hour $75
Required Fees
Comprehensive Fee - This fee provides access to various services of Trinity, such as student publications, community life opportunities, student organization/leadership development, technological advances, and to provide each student with a yearbook.
Full-time students (12+ hours)
$225
Part-time students (1-11 hours)
$115
General Instruction Fee - This fee is for course-related expenses not covered by tuition.
Full-time students (12+ hours)
$50
Part-time students (1-11 hours)
$25
International Student Service Fee - This fee provides nonimmigration regulation advisement, transition assistance, and special community life opportunities for international students (F-1 and J-1 visa holders). $60
Room & Board
Residence Hall
Carlson and Madsen Halls
Single
$2,950
Double
$2,350
Johnson Hall
Single
$3,100
Double
$2,500
Trinity Hall
Single
$3,335
Double with Living Room
$2,635
Double without Living Room
$2,420
May Term Room (Double), Summer 2017 TBD
Meal Plans - per semester
All Access plan (unlimited meals)
$2,550
Block 240 meal plan
$2,270
Block 210 meal plan
$2,085
Block 140 meal plan
$1,835
Block 100 meal plan (available Spring only)
$1,465
Block 10 meal plan
$95
The Block 100 meal plan is available to clinical practitioners (student teachers). Additionally, the Block 100 meal plan is available in the spring semester to students who had a Block plan in the fall.
The 10 meal plan is available to students in Senior Privileged Housing, apartment residents, or commuters.
Meals are tied to your student ID card, which must be presented to gain entrance into Hawkins Hall or to make a purchase at Fresh. Block meal plans cannot be shared or used by another student. Changes to block meal plans can be made only during the first two weeks of the semester at Trinity Central.
Academic Fees
Course Fees - When students register for any of the following courses they will be charged the corresponding fee:
Clinical Practice (Student Teaching) Fee
$300
Science/Health Lab Fee
$175
Computer Lab Fee (per course, for each course requiring computer use)
$85
CM Integrative Seminar Fee
$60
Selected HPW Course Fee
$50
Music Fees:
Private Music Lessons - nonrefundable after the first lesson.
Half-hour lesson (1 credit hour)
$420
One-hour Lesson (2 credit hours)
$840
Jury/Recital Fees
Jury (except in MUZ 170 and MUZ 172)
$25
Half Recital
$75
Full Recital
$100
Voice & Piano Class - MUZ 160, MUZ 161, MUZ 162, MUZ 261, and MUZ 262 $210
Music Instrument Rental Fee, per semester $20
Instrumental Techniques Course Fee - MUE 345, MUE 346, MUE 347, and MUE 348 $50
Other Fees
Admission Application Fee - A nonrefundable fee. $25
New Student Orientation - A one-time fee is charged to all new students to cover expenses of mailings, printing, and events that introduce students to the college and the area. $130
Athletic Apparel & Transportation Fee - A fee charged to all student athletes. $250/sport
Credit by Exam Fee, per hour - For each course in which a credit examination is administered, a charge will be made in lieu of tuition. Payment must be made in advance of exam. $25
edTPA Fee - This fee is associated with all of the teaching clinical experience courses. Students need to take this test for getting their license to teach in Illinois. $300
Add/Drop Fees - A fee is charged after 5th day of add/drop period for any registration changes. $10
Graduation Application Fee - This nonrefundable fee is charged in the semester that the student submits the application form to Trinity Central. This fee covers the cost of the diploma, degree audit, and other graduation expenses. $125
Transcripts - All transcripts are sent via U.S. mail. If other service is requested (e.g. FedEx) there will be an additional charge. For more information: http://www.tiu.edu/transcripts/. $5/ea.
Vehicle Registration Fee - Residential and Commuter students bringing a motor vehicle on campus must register the vehicle with Security Services.
First Vehicle, per year
$120
Each additional vehicle, per year
$20

The university reserves the right to modify all financial policies without notice.

Deerfield TEDS and TGS

Deerfield - Masters
Master’s full-time academic standing begins at 10 hours per semester.
TEDS Masters tuition (including Distance Education courses), per hour $675
TEDS French (undergraduate credits), per hour $575
TGS Masters Tuition (MA/BE, MA/L), per hour $675
TGS Masters tuition (MA/AT and MA/T), per hour $550
TGS Masters tuition (MEd/DL), per hour $450
TEDS/TGS South Chicago, per hour $465
Audit Fee, per hour (MA) $85
Full-time students (10+ hours) may audit one course at no charge.
Deerfield - Doctoral
Doctoral full-time academic standing begins at 9 hours per semester.
Doctoral of Ministry, per hour $570
PhD, per hour $795
Audit Fee, per hour (DMin) $275
Audit Fee, per hour (DMin/DMiss graduates) $90
Audit Fee, per hour (PhD) $175
Full-time students (9+ hours) may audit up to the same number of audit hours (MA/PhD courses) they are taking for credit.
Required Fees
Comprehensive Fee - This fee provides access to various services of Trinity, such as student publications, community life opportunities, student organization/leadership development, and technological advances.
Master's students
Full-time students (10+ hours)
$115
Part-time students (5-9 hours)
$60
Academic Doctoral students
Full-time students (9+ hours)
$115
Part-time students (5-8 hours)
$60
International Student Service Fee - This fee provides nonimmigration regulation advisement, transition assistance, and special community life opportunities for international students (F-1 and J-1 visa holders). $60
Academic Doctoral Activity Fee - This fee is for the doctoral retreat and other professional development opportunities. $40
Room & Board
Residence Halls - per semester
Owens 700 A
$2,825
Owens 700 B
$2,555
Owens 700 C
$2,750
Owens 800-900 A
$2,265
Owens 800-900 B
$1,980
Owens 800-900 C
$2,180
Monthly Rental Rates for On-campus Apartments
Efficiency
$650-730
One bedroom
$700-870
Two bedroom
$940-1,090
Three bedroom
$1,240
Contact the Graduate Housing Office for further details: 847-317-4029.
Meal Plans - per semester
All Access Plan (unlimited meals)
$2,550
Block 240 meal plan
$2,270
Block 210 meal plan
$2,085
Block 140 meal plan
$1,835
Block 100 meal plan (available spring only)
$1,465
Block 10 meal plan
$95
The Block 100 meal plan is available to clinical practitioners (student teachers). Additionally, the Block 100 meal plan is available in the spring semester to students who had a Block plan in the fall.
The 10 meal plan is available to students in Senior Privileged Housing, apartment residents, or commuters.
Meals are tied to your student ID card, which must be presented to gain entrance into Hawkins Hall or to make a purchase at Fresh. Block meal plans cannot be shared or used by another student. Changes to block meal plans can be made only during the first two weeks of the semester at Trinity Central.
Academic Fees
Capstone Extension and Continuation Status Fees
Capstone Extension and Continuation Status fees are assessed each semester based on a student’s academic status. These fees are assessed in addition to any tuition costs. Details relative to assessment are found in the Handbook of the respective programs (Master’s, DMin, PhD). See also “Active and Inactive Student Status”; and “Capstone Extensions and Fees” in the Academic Life section of this Catalog.
Master's Level Fees
Capstone Extension Course Fee, per semester - Charged at the time of registration for courses ID 7466, ID 7469, ID 7481, ID 7484, — 7486, — 8986. If a student is enrolled for other program course work, this fee is not required.
$50
Continuation Fees, per semester - A student is in continuation status when a student’s program statute of limitation has expired and a program extension has been granted. This status continues until the student graduates, whether or not the student is enrolled in class work.
$360
Reactivation Fee - Charged to students rendered inactive who are granted readmission. Students who appropriately withdraw and reapply are not subject to this fee.
$200
Doctoral-Level Fees
PhD/EDS and PhD/ICS students are charged continuation fees of $610 in the following situations:
1. When candidacy has not been achieved within five years of matriculation for the EDS participants and four years for the ICS participants (assessed for each successive semester not enrolled for courses, excluding summer, until candidacy is certified.)
2. When an extension beyond the seven years from matriculation is granted by the Academic Doctoral Committee (assessed for each successive semester not enrolled for courses, excluding summer).
PhD/THS students are charged continuation fees of $610 in the following situations:
1. When enrolled for Private Study (— 9011).
2. When enrolled for Dissertation Extension (— 9992). This fee is assessed for each successive semester, excluding summer, until the dissertation is completed, defended, and accepted by the library.
3. Upon failure to enroll for course work, Private Study, or Dissertation Research/Extension. This fee is assessed for each successive semester not enrolled, excluding summer semester, and is charged retroactively.
Doctor of Ministry Fees
Continuation Fee, per semester - This fee is charged when a student’s program statute of limitations has expired and a program extension has been granted. Program extensions are required six years from enrollment in the first doctoral class. Students with overseas assignments may request a five-year extension. This fee continues until the program extension has expired or the degree has been completed. $200
Other Fees
New Student Orientation Fee - A one-time fee is charged to all new student cover expenses of mailings, printing, and events that introduce students to the University and the area. $50
Add/Drop Fee
Semester courses—A fee is charged after 5th day of add/drop period for any registration changes
$10
Modular & Quad courses—any registration changes after the first day of the course.
$10
DMIN courses—any registration changes made less than thirty days before the course.
$75
Candidacy Fee - PhD (Educational Studies), PhD (Intercultural Studies), and PhD (Theological Studies) $200
MDiv Vocational and Personality Testing - During the first semester of MDiv studies, a one-time fee is assessed for a vocational and personality assessment (PEPQ). This assessment includes two to three individual appointments with the Trinity Counseling Center for an interview and interpretation. Details are provided during New Student Orientation, or MDiv students may contact the Counseling Center directly for arrangements. $100
Health Sciences Laboratory Fee - Charged at the time of registration for the following courses: BIO 5340, HS 5111, HS 5112, HS 5168, HS 5271, HS 5272, HS 5273, HS 5311, HS 5312, HS 6511, HS 6512 $175
MA in Mental Health Counseling Major Comprehensive Exam Fee - MA in MHC (and MA in CP) students complete the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) as part of their program’s major comprehensive exam. The fee is charged to the student’s account at the time that he or she takes the exam and covers a portion of the exam cost. $25
MA in Teaching Clinical Practice (Student Teaching) fee $300
Proctoring, per exam - For special administration of any comprehensive examination. $50
Advanced Standing Exam, per exam $50
Graduation Application Fee- This nonrefundable fee is charged in the semester that the student submits the application form to Trinity Central. This fee covers the cost of the diploma, degree audit, and other graduation expenses. $125
Transcripts - All transcripts are sent via U.S. mail. If other service is requested (e.g. FedEx) there will be an additional charge. For more information: http://www.tiu.edu/transcripts/. $5
Vehicle Registration Fee - Residential and Commuter students bringing a motor vehicle on campus must register the vehicle with Security Services.
First Vehicle, per year
$120
Each additional vehicle, per year
$20

The university reserves the right to modify all financial policies without notice.

Deerfield REACH and Online

Tuition - REACH and Online
Full-time academic standing begins at 12 credit hours per semester.
Tuition, per hour $520
Tuition Online Course, per hour $365
Online Course Fee, per course $150
Audit Fee, per hour $75
Required Fees
Technology Fee, per semester - A fee charged to all registered REACH students to cover the hardware, software, and support needed for classroom technology. $30
Academic Fees
Computer Lab Fee - A fee charged with courses that utilize the university computer lab. $30
Science Lab Fee - A fee charged for selected science courses that require campus labs. $175
Prior Learning Assessment Fee, per credits petitioned
1-4 credit hours
$225
5-9 credit hours
$375
10+ credit hours
$550
Other Fees
Confirmation Fee - A nonrefundable tuition deposit that must be submitted by the student offered admission to acknowledge intent to register. The confirmation fee will be credited to the student account when billed for the second semester. $50
edTPA Fee - This fee is associated with all of the teaching clinical experience courses. Students need to take this test for getting their license to teach in Illinois. $300
Graduation Application Fee - This nonrefundable fee is charged in the semester that the student submits the application form to Trinity Central. This fee covers the cost of the diploma, degree audit, and other graduation expenses. $125
Transcripts - All transcripts are sent via U.S. mail. If other service is requested (e.g. FedEx) there will be an additional charge. For more information: http://www.tiu.edu/transcripts/. $5
Vehicle Registration Fee - Residential and Commuter students bringing a motor vehicle on campus must register the vehicle with Security Services.
First Vehicle, per year
$60
Each additional vehicle, per year
$20

The university reserves the right to modify all financial policies without notice.

Florida Regional Center

Tuition
EXCEL Tuition, per hour $495
TEDS/TGS Tuition
1-12 Credit hours, per hour
$645
Credits over 12 credit hours, per hour
$350
Audit Fee, per hour (all programs) $125
Required Fees
Non-refundable Comprehensive Fee - For full-time students, this fee includes four counseling sessions, parking security library service, and ID cards. Part-time students receive all of the above except for counseling service.
Full-time students
$285
Part-time students
$185
International Student Service Fee - This one time fee provides non-immigration regulation advisement, transition assistance, and special community life opportunities for international students (F-1 visa holders). $150
Academic Fees
EXCEL Challenge Exams - EXCEL offers the option of completing elective credits by taking Bible subject exams.
Nonrefundable administrative fee, per exam
$125
Charge, per hour
$125
EXCEL Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Petition
PLA Administrative fee, non-refundable
$130
PLA, per credit hour
$130
Educational Technology Fee $125
MACP Process Group Fee $150
TEDS/TGS Capstone and Continuation Fees, per semester - Capstone extension and continuation status fees are assessed each semester based on a student's academic status. Details relative to assessment are found the student handbook.
Charged at the time of registration for courses ID 7466, ID 7469, ID 7481, ID 7484, - 7486, - 8986, -7476, - 7478, - 7480, - 7485.
$50
Continuation Fee - A student is in continuation status when a student’s program statute of limitation has expired and a program extension has been granted. This status continues until the student graduates, whether or not the student is enrolled in class work.
First two years, per semester
$325
After two years, per semester
$585
Other Fees
Admission Application Fee - A nonrefundable fee must accompany student's application form (including readmitted students). $40
Transcription Fee, all programs - A per-course and/or exam fee charged to current students for transfer credit evaluation. $50
Reactivation Fee - Charged to students rendered inactive who are granted readmission. Students who appropriately withdraw and reapply are not subject to this fee.
EXCEL
$100
TEDS/TGS
$250
Late Registration Fee, nonrefundable
Credit hour student
$100
Audit hour student
$50
Graduation Application Fee - This nonrefundable fee is charged in the semester that the student submits the application form. This fee covers the cost of the diploma, degree audit, and other graduation expenses. $150
EXCEL Graduation Extension Fee - Students within 15 credit hours of graduation at the time of the graduation deadline expiration may request a six-month extension without submitting to new catalog requirements. $100
Transcripts - All transcripts are sent via U.S. mail. If other service is requested (e.g. FedEx) there will be an additional charge. For more information: http://www.tiu.edu/transcripts/.
Official Transcript - processed within 5-10 business days
$5
Official Transcript, rush request - processed within 3 business days
$15

The university reserves the right to modify all financial policies without notice.

 Trinity Law School

Tuition
JD Tuition, per unit
$950
MLS, per credit
$750
Audit Fee, per course
$325
Fees
Admission Application Fee
$35
Tuition Deposit
$100
Add/Drop Fee
$40
Late Registration Fee - charged after the 1st day of the semester.
$200
Late Payment Fee
$40
Failure to Finalize Payment Arrangements Fine
$200
Return Check Fee
$15
Graduation Application Fee
$225
Examsoft and Academic Support Fee
$200
Academic Support Fee Flex (Non Refundable)
$800
SBA Fee
$50
The university reserves the right to modify all financial policies without notice.

Schedule of Charges by Program

Schedule of Charges - JD Program
Period of Attendance - Full time semester
Tuition
Units
15
Rate per Unit
$950
Total Tuition
$14,250
Fees
SBA
$50
Examsoft
$200
Total Fees
$250
Total Semester Charges $14,500
Entire JD Program
Tuition
Units
90
Rate per Unit
$950
Total Tuition
$85,500
Fees
SBA
$300
Examsoft
$1,200
Graduation Fee
$225
Total Fees
$1,725
Total Program Charges $87,225
Schedule of Charges - JD Flex Program
Period of Attendance - Full time semester
Tuition
Units
15
Rate per Unit
$950
Total Tuition
$14,250
Fees
SBA
$50
Examsoft
$200
Flex Fee
$600
Total Fees
$600
Total Semester Charges $15,100
Entire JD Flex Program
Tuition
Units
90
Rate per Unit
$950
Total Tuition
$85,500
Fees
SBA
$300
Examsoft
$1,200
Graduation Fee
$225
Flex Fee
$1,200
Total Fees
$2,925
Total Program Charges $88,425
Schedule of Charges - MLS Program
Period of Attendance - Full time semester
Tuition
Units
6
Rate per Unit
$750
Total Tuition
$4,500
Fees
Academic Support
$50
Total Fees
$50
Total Semester Charges $4,550
Entire MLS Program
Tuition
Units
30
Rate per Unit
$750
Total Tuition
$22,500
Fees
Academic Support
$250
Graduation Fee
$225
Total Fees
$475
Total Program Charges $22,975

Notice regarding the Student Tuition Recovery Fund:

You must pay the state-imposed assessment for the Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) if all of the following applies to you:

1. You are a student in an educational program, who is a California resident, or are enrolled in a residency program, and prepay all or part of your tuition either by cash, guaranteed student loans, or personal loans, and

2. Your total charges are not paid by any third-party payer such as an employer, government program or other payer unless you have a separate agreement to repay the third party.

You are not eligible for protection from the STRF and you are not required to pay the STRF assessment, if either of the following applies:

1. You are not a California resident, or are not enrolled in a residency program, or

2. Your total charges are paid by a third party, such as an employer, government program or other payer, and you have no separate agreement to repay the third party.”

The State of California created the STRF to relieve or mitigate economic losses suffered by students in educational programs who are California residents, or are enrolled in a residency programs attending certain schools regulated by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education.

You may be eligible for STRF if you are a California resident or are enrolled in a residency program, prepaid tuition, paid the STRF assessment, and suffered an economic loss as a result of any of the following:

1. The school closed before the course of instruction was completed.

2. The school's failure to pay refunds or charges on behalf of a student to a third party for license fees or any other purpose, or to provide equipment or materials for which a charge was collected within 180 days before the closure of the school.

3. The school's failure to pay or reimburse loan proceeds under a federally guaranteed student loan program as required by law or to pay or reimburse proceeds received by the school prior to closure in excess of tuition and other costs.

4. There was a material failure to comply with the Act or this Division within 30 days before the school closed or, if the material failure began earlier than 30 days prior to closure, the period determined by the Bureau.

5. An inability after diligent efforts to prosecute, prove, and collect on a judgment against the institution for a violation of the Act.”

However, no claim can be paid to any student without a social security number or a taxpayer identification number.

Note: Authority cited: Sections 94803, 94877 and 94923, Education Code. Reference: Section 94923, Education Code.