ACH Introduction

In our efforts to provide better financial services and in response to the many requests from the financial services survey, we are now able to offer a DIRECT PAYMENT service through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) network.

This service offers you the convenience of making your payments to Trinity without having to write a check each month. This service is a voluntary option available to you. It is a secure, fast and amazingly simple way to help maintain your monthly budget.

Please read the DIRECT PAYMENT information listing benefits to you and the answers to frequently asked questions.

Trinity will offer two separate payment deduction date options for flexibility and convenience to you. The preauthorized direct payment will be electronically deducted from your account on either the seventh or fourteenth of each month per your selection. The amount that will be deducted is reflected on your monthly billing statement as the Current Unpaid Charges. If you choose to use this payment option, please fill out the AUTHORIZATION AGREEMENT FOR PREAUTHORIZED PAYMENTS form and return it with a voided check to the Trinity Finance Department. Your first ACH payment deduction depends upon the time your authorization agreement is received in our office to be processed. You must allow several working days for implementation before the payment deduction date you select. If you have questions as to when the first deduction will be made, you may call 812-602-3320 and speak with one of our financial assistants.

Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary Privacy Policy

Please be advised that all information given to Trinity is kept confidential to the utmost efforts. The only reason Trinity would give your name and address to someone would be for collection efforts through the Trinity Abetment Department. In no way will your personal information be sold or given to another entity. We are held by the federal government’s rules and regulations of the amended Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974. The rules and regulations of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Privacy of Parents and Students, provide students with certain rights regarding education records.