Zollner Golf Course on the Trine University campus will open for the 2024 season on Friday, March 1.
Make an impact on students during #TrineDay23
April 19, 2023
Trine Day, held this year on April 21, allows alumni, parents, friends, students, faculty and staff to unite on one day, with one voice, to make an investment in the future of Trine University and its students.
Your gift during Trine Day impacts students like:
- Caleb Kruse, a mechanical engineering major who is going on to earn his Ph.D. thanks in part to the outstanding facilities he has available at Trine;
- Mackenzie Ross, an education major who is able to participate in many on-campus activities thanks to your support;
- Heidi Wilhelm, one of two freshman senators for Student Government. Heidi is developing her leadership skills and helping students and faculty connect at Trine; and,
- Lauren Clausen, who is pursuing an MBA along with her sport management degree, and who recently pitched the second no-hitter in Trine softball history!
One hundred percent of your Trine Day gift goes directly where you designate it: your college, school or any area you are passionate about at Trine, including undergraduate scholarships, sports teams and campus programs.
There are so many ways in addition to giving to show your Thunder spirit on Trine Day! Spread the word with your friends, family and networks.
Encourage them via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to make their gift, or send an email or text message with a link to our Trine Day page at trine.edu/trineday. Post about Trine Day across your social media channels using the #TrineDay23 hashtag! Whatever method you choose, your voice will make an enormous difference in the success of Trine Day.
For more information, please call the University Advancement Office at 260-665-4114 or visit trine.edu/trineday.
Trine Day student impact
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