Trine's Summer Frenzy Visit Day biggest ever

July 24, 2013

ANGOLA, Ind. – Get ready, Angola residents, because more than 135 prospective students and their 200+ guests plan to visit Trine University on Friday during Summer Frenzy Visit Day. That number could grow, too, because there's still time to register.

The threefold increase will make it the best-attended Summer Frenzy since it debuted in 2006. High school seniors and juniors from Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, California, Florida and Missouri plan to be on Trine's campus. These prospective students will be accompanied by more than 200 guests, so it's possible that area residents will notice the approximate 335 guests in Angola.

"We're absolutely thrilled to be hosting so many talented students on one day," said Stuart Jones, Ph.D., vice president of enrollment management. "We'll offer a host of information about Trine, interactive sessions with students, staff and faculty, and end early in the afternoon with lunch and campus tours. This leaves time for families to explore Angola and the surrounding area, which we encourage."

Prospective students who want to be a part of this big and exciting event may still register by visiting or calling 800.347.4878.

Students and their families will get the chance to meet Trine students, coaches and music department representatives; learn from faculty about academic programs; meet experts in admission and financial aid; tour the campus enhanced by summer blooms and enjoy a chef-inspired lunch in Trine's Whitney Commons. Participation is free.

This week, Trine University is joining 30 other private, nonprofit colleges and universities in the state to observe Indiana Private College Week. For a list of participating ICI campuses and event schedules, visit

Visitors between the ages of 16 and 20 touring one or more ICI campuses during Private College Week will have the chance to enter a drawing for one of three Amazon Kindles.  Entry forms and rules will be available at each campus.

For more information about Independent Colleges of Indiana, visit

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