University description (as per official university website)
Trinity Life Bible College, often referred to as TLBC, was established in 1974 by Paul Trulin, pastor of the Trinity Church. It was known as the Trinity School of the Bible at that point. This private bible college is located in Sacramento, California.
Trinity Life Bible College offers a number of associate’s degrees in ministerial studies and Christian studies. Bachelor’s degrees are also awarded in the field of ministerial studies. In addition, several special certificate programs in biblical counseling, Christian education, music and youth ministry, and evangelism are available.
TLBC fosters a rich student life centering around both personal and spiritual growth. Students publish a weekly newsletter called the “Campus Chronicles”. Financial assistance is also provided to help students complete their education. In addition to Federal Pell grants, eligible students can also apply for the Hope Credit Scholarship.
How to Apply for Financial Aid for 2009-2010:
Start With the FAFSA
Applying for financial aid is FREE. There are many ways to pay for college through financial aid, so applying must be a priority. You apply for the majority of financial aid by completing a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). You can complete this application as soon as possible at www.fafsa.ed.gov. You may also download and print out a form here. Our school code is 034033. If you apply online you will need a PIN number (Personal Identification Number) to electronically sign your FAFSA. To apply for a PIN please go to www.pin.ed.gov. If you are a dependent student one of your parents will need a PIN number to sign the FAFSA as well.
If you need help completing the FAFSA please set up an appointment with TLBC’s Financial Aid Officer. Please collect all your financial records, such as tax returns, and bring them to the office. At this meeting you will complete a paper FAFSA.
1. Apply for a PIN at www.pin.ed.gov
2. Complete a FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov
3. You will receive a SAR (Student Aid Report) in the mail within 3 days. Please keep for your records.
4. An Award Letter will be sent to you from the schools you listed on the FAFSA
5. See a Financial Aid Officer for advising. Contact Us
6. Complete Admission forms
7. Students Enrolled must complete the Verification process to receive aid (See Financial Verification).
Cal Grant Applications
Application becomes available January 1st and is due by March 2nd You must complete:
1. 2010-11 FAFSA
2. 2010-11 GPA Verification Form
Please contact financial aid office for more information.