Policies and Resources
The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 requires universities to make available to current and prospective students important information concerning each institution’s academic programs, retention rates, graduation rates, crime reports, financial aid procedures and more in an effort to ensure fairness and transparency for all higher education consumers.
Trine's goal is that this effort, by the University and the Department of Education, to provide data will enable prospective students to make the best college decision for them and their future.
For additional information about Trine University, please see the College Navigator website maintained by the U.S. Department of Education, in which you can compare Trine to more than 7,000 higher learning institutions across the United States.
HEA Consumer Information
- Notice of availability of institutional and financial aid information
- Contact information for financial aid assistance
- Assistance available from federal, state and institutional programs
- Student loan information
- Initial loan counseling for student borrowers
- Exit counseling for student borrowers
- Institutional code of conduct for educational Loans
- Voter registration
Indiana Commission for Higher Education
- Trine University is authorized by name in statute as an approved institution of higher education in the state of Indiana. In full compliance with federal rules, please consider contacting the Indiana Commission for Higher Education for Indiana’s higher education complaint resolution process.
General institutional information
- Privacy of student records- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Facilities and services for students with disabilities
- Student diversity
- Price of attendance
- Net price calculator
- Refund policy and requirements for withdrawal and return of federal financial aid
- Textbook information
- Educational program
- Faculty transfer of credit policies and articulation agreements
- Accreditation, approval and licensure of institution and programs
- Copyright infringement policies and sanctions
- Computer use and file sharing
- Student activities
- Teacher preparation program report
- Transfer rates
- Default Rates
- Retention rates
- Graduation rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)
- Transfer-out rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)
- Job placement for graduates
- Additional information about graduation rates
Health and Safety
- Federal student financial aid penalties for drug law violations
- Drug and alcohol abuse prevention program
- Fire safety policies, fire statistics and fire log (on-campus housing facilities)
- Immunization Policy
- Wellness Counseling Services
Code of Conduct and Business Ethics
The University employees have important responsibilities in connection with the work they perform for the University. All personnel are expected to perform their duties in good faith and in the best interests of the University. In particular, employees are expected to avoid activities, agreements, business investments or interests and other situations that are in conflict with any interests of the University or interfere with an individual's duty to serve the University in an unbiased manner to the best of his or her ability.
The University's financial aid department abides by the NASFAA's Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Financial Aid Professionals.
Definition of conflict of interest - Conflicts of interest occur when University employees influence decisions on policy or purchases for personal profit, gain, reputation or advancement for themselves, family members or others with whom there is a personal relationship without prior written disclosure and approval by the University President of such potential conflicts of interest.