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Visitors & the Community
Trine University has a long history of serving as a resource to our community. Since 1884, when the citizens of Angola founded our institution, we’ve worked to develop and strengthen the ties with our city, our state, and our region.
Events and Opportunities
Take advantage of Trine’s cultural opportunities as we host community events, such as Music for Tiny Tots in our new Fabiani Theatre. Participate in community fundraisers, such as Relay for Life and Community Day, both held on the Trine campus and organized by students.
Corporate and Business
Our new training program, called Training To Go, offers on-site, professional-business development for your employees. It’s one of the many ways Trine University strives to serve the needs of the local business community. Trine’s extensive internship and co-op programs help employers fill temporary hiring needs with well-qualified, hardworking students.
To serve the needs of adults in northern Indiana who want to further their education while working full-time, we’ve established branch campuses in various communities. Adult students can earn associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees while attending Trine close to home.
Local students who attend other colleges and universities can enroll in summer courses at Trine for transfer credit. Click Here to view our Summer and Fall 2009 Course Schedule.
Summer Academic Camps
Taught by Trine University faculty, our academic camps enrich learning with fun, hands-on activities. Choose from Lego Summer Camp and B.E.S.T. (Bolting into Engineering, Science, and Technology) Camp—which exposes students in grades 6-8 to science, technology, and engineering.
Summer Sports Camps
The Trine Thunder Athletics program sponsors summer sports camps in basketball, football, soccer, and volleyball. Both overnight and day camps work to advance the athletic skills of elementary, middle, and high school students.