Student success is our main goal. To insure that students will be successful, the Allen School of Engineering and Technology offers:
- A faculty devoted to undergraduate teaching. Classes are small, averaging 11 students, and each is taught by a professor; no classes are taught by teaching assistants. Faculty members are readily available outside of class to help students with coursework.
- State-of-the-art facilities. The School of Engineering maintains computer laboratories that have up-to-date engineering analysis software and hardware. The traditional laboratories emphasize a small-group, hands-on approach to learning.
- Access to tutoring services. Trine maintains a tutoring service that is available for most freshman - and sophomore - level math, science, and engineering courses. Students receive one-on-one tutoring from a student who has taken the course and received formal training in tutoring.
- Trine offers math help sessions for students needing help with any math class. The writing center provides help in writing papers for other courses.
Trine’s Office of Career Services helps to place students into full-time positions upon graduation. The office also helps to place students in summer internships and co-operative employment assignments to enhance their opportunities after graduation.
The career services office also provides help in resumé preparation and training in developing interviewing skills.