Trine University promotes intellectual and personal development, through professionally focused and formative learning opportunities, preparing students to succeed, lead, and serve.
Trine University, a private, co-educational, not-for-profit institution founded in 1884 in Angola, Ind., opened its Peoria campus in spring 2013. Trine University Peoria is a partnership with the City of Peoria that serves students in the West Valley and offers associate, bachelor and master degrees in 34 areas of study. Trine Maricopa Community Colleges are transfer partners. Trine offers a variety of majors, including engineering, in areas in line with Peoria’s 2010 Higher Education Feasibility Study and Economic Development Implementation Strategy. In addition to biomedical, civil and mechanical engineering, Trine offers bachelor degrees in applied management, business administration, communication, computer science, criminal justice, emergency management, engineering technology, general studies and psychology. Trine will offer master’s degrees in criminal justice, engineering and leadership. Ninety-five percent of engineering students who graduated from Trine in 2012 were either employed or in graduate schools within six months of graduation. The overall placement rate for Trine is 92 percent. Trine is now enrolling online and seated classes.
for a complete listing of fields of study, associate, bachelor and master degrees.
Hours of operation: Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.