There’s nothing stronger than family. Whether you’re a parent, aunt, uncle, guardian, sibling, or friend of someone considering Trine, it’s important for you to know that when he or she leaves your family to go off to college, when they get here, they really do become part of another one.
Our parent and student support page will give you access to
- support numbers
- authorization release waiver
- Campus Link newsletter.
We also have a new Parent Newsletter that will cover Trine information and news every parent should know. You can sign up for the newsletter using the form below.
Support, Value and Results
Our top priority is the safety, security and support of our students. We provide an extensive network of support services. Students enjoy personalized guidance to make sure they stay on track academically and have a seamless transition into college.Each year we award more than $24 million in institutional scholarships and grants. U.S. News & World Report has ranked Trine as one of the best colleges in the Midwest for students graduating with the least amount of debt.
Our more than 25,000 alumni are succeeding at the highest levels at many corporations. Approximately 99.3 percent of Trine graduates find employment or are in graduate school within six months of graduation. Our graduates’ starting salaries exceed the national average in every category.
Trine University remains committed to cultivating diversity, inclusion and fairness. As a leading private institution of higher education, Trine fosters a culture of understanding, growth and inquiry; values the diverse qualities of its students, faculty and staff; promotes an inclusive environment free of discrimination and intolerance; and welcomes everyone.
Trine will not allow discrimination and will continue to grant admission and provide educational opportunities without regard to race, age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, religion or veteran status. The culture of Trine University dictates that these same standards of acceptance apply to all faculty, staff, alumni and community members.