The Office of International Admissions and the Office of Student Services provide a mandatory orientation program to give new international students essential information regarding their stay at Trine. International Orientation is a great opportunity to:
Meet the Trine staff and other international and American students. Learn more about living in Angola and student life on campus. Find out how to get a student ID, open a bank account, tour the campus, and more.
As an international student, you are required attend orientation sessions. If you do not, you may be in violation of your visa status. Optional events to aid in your transition to Trine (shopping trips, social gatherings, etc.) are also offered during International Orientation, Fall Orientation, and Welcome Week.
You must check-in within 30 days of your program start date. You will need to bring the following documents:
- Trine University admission letter
- I-20 or DS-2019
- Financial guarantee
During Check-in you will need to fill out a form. On that form, you will be asked to provide the name, email address and phone number of someone whom we may notify in case of emergency. You will also need to provide the address of where you are staying/living in the U.S.
*Transfer Student Note: It may take several days after you check in to receive your new I-20.
During International Orientation, current international and American students, university administrators, and faculty members welcome new international students to Trine. Students have the opportunity to move into residence halls early, get settled in their rooms, and take care of logistics. All students are still expected to still fully participate in Spring Orientation, which addresses general adjustment to college life at Trine. Students must also remember to take their placement tests. The schedule for Orientation and placement tests will be updated later during the semester.
English Placement Test (For ESL Students Only)
Math Placement Test (For Degree Students Only)