Inside Indiana Business
ANGOLA – Trine University in Angola says it has set a record for fall enrollment. The university welcomed just over 5,400 students at the beginning of the semester, more than 200 above the previous record.
Trine says it has seen growth in the number of new students from 2020, with main campus enrollment matching the record set last year. The university’s Rinker-Ross School of Health Sciences and Franks School of Education also saw enrollment increases, with the latter growing nearly 150% over the past five years.
“We are proud that an increasing number of students continue to choose Trine University as the pathway to their career and life goals,” Trine President Earl Brooks said in a news release. “Our combination of personal attention, practical experience, state-of-the-art facilities and job placement is second to none, and we will keep working hard to provide this unparalleled service as our numbers grow and our programs expand.”
In addition to growth on the Angola campus, Trine says it saw about 7% growth in programs at its College of Health Professions in Fort Wayne, as well as increased enrollment in its TrineOnline programs.