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‘Always Connected’ highlights support provided for TrineOnline students

A new multimedia advertising campaign highlights the personal attention and support provided to students in TrineOnline, Trine University’s online degree programs for nontraditional students.

“Always Connected” promotes the advantages of TrineOnline programs through digital display ads, audio and video on websites, social media and music streaming services. The campaign, developed in conjunction with Ferguson Advertising in Fort Wayne, includes vignettes with TrineOnline alumni, students, faculty and staff leading to more information available online.

“Personal attention has been a hallmark of all Trine University programs since its founding in 1884, and TrineOnline is proud to not only continue that legacy, but build upon it through 21st Century innovations such as 24/7 tutoring and advisor support,” said Keirsten Eberts, assistant vice president for TrineOnline. “Our ultimate goal at TrineOnline is for our graduates to succeed in their lives and careers, and these services, in addition to caring faculty and courses designed to provide the most beneficial online learning experience, play a key part in achieving that goal.”

TrineOnline offers more than 20 professionally focused associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in a convenient online format, with new classes starting every eight weeks. In addition to personal attention and support, TrineOnline features generous credit acceptance for transfer courses and work experience. Some programs also allow students to earn graduate credit as part of their undergraduate degree.

More than 40 TrineOnline courses include free textbooks, with two complete degree programs featuring free textbooks in all classes.

For more information about TrineOnline programs, visit trine.edu/online.

Photo: Kara Hawley, a Bachelor of Science with a major in psychology student in TrineOnline, is one of several students featured in the "Always Connected" advertising campaign.