Dual Enrollment courses are designed for high school students who are looking to expand their academic horizon. At Trine we offer many different delivery options for classes, giving students the ability to choose the platform that works best for them.
- The campus experience is when high school students take university courses on our campus or online.
- The academic experience is a program in the high schools taught by fully qualified adjunct/hybrid instructors who are also high school teachers. These courses are offered at your high school campus during the regular school day.
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Dual Credit Priority List
- Courses offered through our dual credit program are a part of the Liberal Arts Priority Dual Credit Crosswalk, an initiative set by the Indiana Department of Education.
Core Transfer Library
- The transferability of these credits within the state of Indiana can be guaranteed if they are listed on the Core Transfer Library. Any student wanting to take dual credit courses and planning not to attend Trine University for undergraduate study is encouraged to contact their intended school for confirmation of transferability.
- Time is precious, so we encourage our students to ensure the courses they are taking will apply to their intended degree program. Universities list degree requirements on their website. Students should research universities and degree programs to confirm courses will transfer and are applicable to their degree program. If unsure about transferability, reach out to a college representative for assistance.
Tuition is significantly reduced for Dual Enrollment students.
- Campus Experience
- Campus experience students get the unique experience of coming to campus to
- Cost: $95 per credit hour
- Academic Experience
- Courses taught at one of our partnering high schools
- Cost: $25 per credit hour
- Online Courses
- Cost: $50 per credit hour
Trine University offers a $1,000 per year grant to students who enroll as a full-time student and have taken classes through the Dual Enrollment Program. That means students and families could save up to $4,000 when earning a four-year degree.
The 1098-T tax form is necessary if you will be claiming the American Opportunity or Lifetime Learning Credit. This information is for tax reporting purposes only and meets Trine University's obligation for reporting per IRS guidelines.
1098-T's will not be mailed out this year. Students will need to log in to myPortal to view and/or print the 1098-T form.
If your parents claim you as a dependent, this is valuable information for them.
To print your 1098-T form, go to www.trine.edu, click on "myPortal" (located at the top of the page), enter username (First Initial Middle Initial Last Name and year that you began classes). For example, John D. Smith began classes in fall 2014 so his username is jdsmith14. Passwords are the word Trine and student birthdate, Trinemmddyyyy. Click the "student tab" to see the 1098-T Form Printing Selection on the left. Click on this to print a 1098-T form.