At Trine, students can expect to participate. That's what's done, whether in class or enjoying down time. Students will find great opportunities to get involved and stay active. As a small institution, Trine is about community, meeting new friends and building leadership in many different campus-wide events, such as Career fair and workshop. Choose from 60 student organizations or play intercollegiate sports. Campus is close to downtown Angola, where you can watch movies at the historic Brokaw Theatre. Students can join friends for dinner at various restaurants; shop for bargains at the Outlet Shoppes in Fremont. Just an hour away, students will find a variety of cultural events and nightlife in Fort Wayne, or great performing arts and restaurants in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Trine forges close ties to the community of Angola by inviting local residents to become host families and join Trine for its annual International Night, as well as college sporting events. Likewise, Trine students get out in the community as volunteers in local K-12 schools and participate in various organizations.
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A little bit of luxury never hurt anyone. And let’s face it, college is hard. So it’s nice to be able to study and relax in comfort. From the newly built Golf Course Apartments to the townhouse-style villas of Campus Village, it’s easy to see why Trine undergraduate students are excited about on-campus living. Our new student apartments make dormitory-style living a thing of the past. And everyone—not just seniors—can enjoy our new facilities.
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