Trine University ready to assist Notre Dame College transfer students

April 01, 2024

Trine University stands ready to assist students of Notre Dame College impacted by the suspension of activities at that school.

Like any student, Notre Dame College students can apply to Trine University free of charge. The university also offers generous scholarship options to transfer students, with academic tuition scholarships available up to $20,000.

Tuition at Trine University is the same for out-of-state students as it is for students from Indiana. The university also offers a $2,000 grant toward tuition for out-of-state students.

Trine University, similar to Notre Dame College, is a private, co-educational college offering degrees in an environment that offers individual attention to each student. More than 99 percent of Trine graduates over the past decade were employed or in graduate school within six months of commencement.

Trine is financially stable and continues to grow in its enrollment, academic programs and facilities. The university set a record with more than 13,000 students enrolled in spring 2024. The university has invested more than $176 million in campus enhancements since the year 2000 and looks forward to the opening of the new Brooks College of Health Professions in fall 2024.

For more information on Trine University and a stress-free transfer and financial aid process, Notre Dame College students can visit For transfer credit questions, contact Renee Shipe, director of transfer pathways and evaluations, at or (260) 665-4241. For admission questions, contact Kim Bennett, vice president for enrollment management, at or 260-665-4438.

News Information

News Story Type

News Story

Read More

All News
Hear My Voice

Winners honored in Trine writing competition

April 19, 2024

Trine University and the Amy Salyer-Nicholls Writing Center honored the winners of the annual Hear My Voice writing competition on April 11 in Wells Theater.

Keirsten Eberts

Eberts honored with Forty Under 40

April 16, 2024

Keirsten Eberts, vice president of online and international studies at Trine University, was selected to Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly’s 19th annual Forty Under 40.