Best Visit Ever
Experience Trine for Yourself!
There’s only one sure way to know if a college is right for you – visit the campus. It’s that simple. It’s that important.
When you visit Trine’s amazing, unique, and beautiful campus, it will be your best visit ever! How do we know that? Students and their families tell us that all the time. Why are Trine visits so awesome? Because we make it all about YOU. After all, isn’t it all about you?
The individual visit is customized for each student and his/her family. You'll see the things that you want to see and do the things that are most important to you.
Alongside other future Trine students, you'll get an extensive tour of our beautiful campus, residence halls, athletic facilities, and speak with faculty, staff, and current students.
Is a visit to campus important? Of course it is!
If you want to know “Why Trine?” the answer is simple. Excellence describes everything we do. From our outstanding faculty and degree programs, to our gorgeous campus and first-class facilities, we expect the best from ourselves and from our students. That’s why we have Indiana’s best career placement rate of graduates (99.7 percent*) and are ranked each year as a “best” university by U.S. News & World Report and Princeton Review. If you expect the best of yourself and expect the best from the college you’ll attend, then choose the best - Trine University. Pride in who we are – it’s a Trine thing.
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Now is the time to apply to Indiana’s best university. Our easy and free online application (with no essay) will bring you one step closer to a life-changing Trine experience.
At Trine, our commitment to excellence has formed the bedrock of our experience for well over a century. You'll see it, and you'll feel it, the second you step on our beautiful, 450-acre campus in Angola, Indiana.
Come visit Trine University. You'll be so glad you did. It'll be the best campus visit you've ever had.*Based on 2018 Trine University Graduation Class Knowledge Rate of 83.4%, 308 of 368 main campus undergraduates responding. Compared to 2017 Graduation Class National Knowledge Rate of 64.5% from 549,664 total recorded.