Trine again voted region’s Best College

September 26, 2022


For the second year in a row, readers of Fort Wayne Newspapers have voted Trine University the Best College in the Greater Fort Wayne region.

The recognition was announced in Sunday's (Sept. 25) Journal Gazette as part of the newspaper’s annual Readers’ Choice awards. Journal Gazette readers voted for the best in each of 260 categories.

Trine received the most votes of 20 Indiana public and private colleges nominated for the honor.

“To be voted the best of these distinguished institutions two years in a row is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire Trine University community — faculty, staff and students,” said Trine University President Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D.

“Our commitment to excellence is demonstrated every day, from academic and athletic teams that contend for and win national titles to faculty who provide outstanding learning opportunities for students and employees who make sure our facilities and grounds are immaculate. Thank you to all of you for everything you do, and thank you to the readers of Fort Wayne Newspapers for once again recognizing us with this honor.”

The award joins many other recognitions Trine University has received. Earlier this month, Dr. Brooks was recognized along with Trine University faculty members Anna Glowinski, Ph.D., and Justin Bock with Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly’s Education Awards. Trine also was named to Best lists this fall by U.S. News & World Report and Princeton Review.

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