Learn what Trine has to offer your students
Thank you for the service that you provide your students. We know that their college journey starts with you! Though we would much prefer to welcome you to campus in person, we hope the information and videos on these pages will give you the information needed to properly guide your students as they seek to make educational, career and life choices.
In these uncertain times, Trine University has made two key strides to help your students in the college search. For the first time ever, Trine University has moved to be testing optional. This means that students do not have to submit an SAT or ACT score to be considered for admission. Second, we are still open for on-campus visitors. We have limited the numbers of visitors to campus per day, require the use of masks, and are going through a variety of advanced sanitation procedures to ensure visits are memorable and SAFE. However, we do understand that some students and families may not feel safe coming to campus; therefore, third, we have built a dynamic virtual visit website.
How to Contact Trine University
If you or your student(s) have a question or concern, never hesitate to call or e-mail the Office of Admission. Official high school transcripts can be mailed, e-mailed, or faxed to our office or sent directly through Parchment.
The Office of Admission
1 University Avenue
Angola, IN 46703
Toll Free: 800-347-4878 | Phone: 260-665-4100
Fax: 260-665-4578 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hear from our students what they enjoy about being a part of Trine Nation!
Physical Therapy 3-in-3 Program
Hear from a current physical therapy student about her experience with the faculty, courses and classmates that set this physical therapy program apart. Trine’s unique opportunity for students to take three years as an undergraduate student and automatic admission into a fourth year for graduate school prepares its students to jump right into their new careers.
Criminal Justice 3-in-3 program
Trine’s criminal justice students learn a lot from the academically and professionally skilled faculty members who educate them. Listen as Trine students share their thoughts on the excellent faculty who prepare them for the criminal justice field or even the 3-in-3 program, where they can take their final year of undergraduate courses in law school.
English and Communications Major - Meghan Schrader
A humanities school at an engineering school? Find out from students’ first-hand experiences why a Trine degree is different. Personal attention, more opportunities, small classes. Trine English and Communications students get real-world experience in and out of the classroom.
Humanities and Communications
Trine students benefit from internships on and off campus. Hear how a current student gets the most out of the practical experience she gets in the classroom and internships in media, marketing and more.
Franks School of Education
Education majors know why they chose Trine —100% job placement. Our education students share how they feel confident and prepared for going into the classrooms to teach.
Senior Biomedical Engineering Major - Alex Pessell
Engineering is a challenging major, but this biomedical engineering student shares how Trine’s program and the close relationships he has with his professors helps him succeed. He explains how his Trine experience will set him apart from other job applicants when he graduates and how he will have relevant skills for the industry and graduate school.