When I first started applying to graduate school, I was frustrated by the feeling that my whole academic experience up to that point was being measured by one thing, my GPA. I had hours and hours of valuable hands-on clinical experience, I was taking multiple science classes at the same time to graduate early, and no school would ever know any of this because I had a 3.5 GPA. I was told by my academic advisor that DPT programs would most likely weed me out of the first-round cuts without even opening my application.

"(Trine) saw past my GPA to a student who was passionate about helping people."- Alexis Hopkins

Then I heard about Trine University, and after speaking with them I knew I had found the school for me. They cared about my clinical experience and valued that I had attended a Big Ten university with a rigorous courseload. They saw past my GPA to a student who was passionate about helping people and was willing to work hard to become a medical professional. If you want a school that cares, the Trine University DPT program is the place for you.

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Trine Book Night coming Oct. 11

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The Humanities Institute at Trine University is once again hosting its annual Book Night. The event will be held Wednesday, Oct. 11, from 4-7 p.m. in the T. Furth Center for Performing Arts.

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Indiana Supreme Court hears argument at Trine

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Hundreds of high school and Trine University students were able to see Indiana’s criminal justice system in action when the state Supreme Court held an oral argument at Trine University on Sept. 27.