Transferring to Trine University
Trine University welcomes transfer students. Transfer students from junior colleges, community colleges, and other accredited institutions of higher learning share their diverse experiences in the classroom and enhance the academic experience for all students at Trine.
How does Trine define a transfer student? A transfer student is anyone who has taken any classes for college credit beginning the fall semester following his or her high school graduation.
Ready to take the next step? Our application is free and online.
Main Campus transfer application information
We will need the following items for admission consideration:
The Trine University transfer application is free and there’s no essay!
Request your high school and any college or university you have attended to send a copy of your official transcript to:
1 University Ave
Angola, IN 46703
Additional information about transferring credits can be found in the below Transferring Credits section.
If it has been three years or less since you graduated from high school, we will need your ACT and SAT scores.
High school students need to take the American College Test (ACT) and/or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and request that scores be sent to Trine University. Our code numbers are 1250 for the ACT and 1811 for the SAT. NOTE: the writing section of the ACT and SAT are optional.
Admission requirements for transfer students
- Admission into the Allen School of Engineering and Computing requires a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. In addition, students must have successfully completed the equivalent of Trine's English Composition I, Calculus I, and Chemistry I with a "C" or higher.
- Admission into the Franks School of Education requires a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- Admission into the Jannen School of Arts and Sciences, Rinker Ross School of Health Sciences and the Ketner School of Business require a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25.
- Credits earned from a regionally accredited institution and completed with a grade of "C" or better may be transferred. All accepted credits may not count toward the specific degree requirements of the chosen major.
- Only credits attempted and earned at Trine are used to determine the GPA.
- Credit acceptance is determined by the Chair of the appropriate department. A credit evaluation will be completed and sent to the student after all appropriate documents and official transcripts have been received.
- Trine uses the A = 4.0 grading system.
- To be eligible for a baccalaureate degree, a student must earn a minimum of 30 credits at Trine. Thirty of the last 60 credits of a four-year degree program must be taken at Trine.
- To be eligible for an associate degree, a student must earn a minimum of 15 credits at Trine. Fifteen of the last 30 credits of a two-year degree program must be taken at Trine.
For more information:
Jessica Bremer, Director of Academic Outreach & Transfer Admission
260.665.4819 | email@example.com