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Trine University tops its record for employment rate of new graduates
February 17, 2015
Trine University graduates are in demand. Trine’s 99.7 percent employment rate for 2014 graduates proves it.
Trine’s rate surpasses the national average of 75.6 percent as reported by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) in the 2013-14 Career Services Benchmark Survey for colleges and universities.
It means that 99.7 percent of 2014 Trine grads were employed full time or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Last year, 97.4 percent of 2013 grads were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
“Trine is focused on providing a large return on investment for a Trine degree and this illustrates our commitment to providing desired results of a college education,” said Earl D. Brooks II, Trine president. “This high employment rate is achieved because of committed students and a campus-wide effort that includes the career services team and dedicated faculty, staff and coaches – nearly everyone plays a role in helping to ensure student success.”
Experienced faculty members provide quality instruction and preparation in providing the skills employers demand. And, the Office of Career Services enhances employment opportunities through mentoring, internships and career fairs.
Trine’s exceptionally well-prepared students enter the workforce with career-ready skills.
To learn more about Trine University and its many programs to prepare students for successful careers or graduate school, visit trine.edu. To arrange a visit to see and experience Trine, go to trine.edu/visit.
Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority is hosting their annual Trine Talent event on Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. in the T. Furth Center for Performing Arts.
Trine University encourages everyone to share why students should apply to college during the annual #WhyApply Day this Friday, Sept. 22.