68+ Majors and Concentrations
24:1 Student to Faculty Ratio
$1 Million Amount of our recent grant from Lilly Foundation to develop the Center for Career Connections—a resource for equipping, connecting, and placing our students in local applied learning environments and internships that can lead to new careers.
Diversity and Community
35 / 11
Student Leadership Ops
Our students come from
35 states and 11 countries.
- Student Senate
- Intramural Program
- Sounding Board Newspaper
- Acting on AIDS
- Fostering Eden Ecology Club
- Student Activities Board
- Heritage Yearbook
- Alpha Chi Honor Society
26 Cross-Cultural “Go Encounter” Experiences
These trips are one way to meet the “cross-cultural field experience” requirement for Global Perspectives, a Grace Core Class designed to develop a biblical lens for seeing the world.
“Right-size” and Residential
Qualifying students who do not find employment or gain acceptance to graduate school within six months after graduation may be eligible to earn an additional year of undergraduate education tuition-free.
1231 Undergraduates 475 New students
Two New Dorms
Affordability & Accelerated Degrees
The Lodge and Lancer Lofts
(Additional dorm coming fall of 2016)
99% of undergraduates receive financial aid through a combination of loans, grants, and scholarships.
2X - Qualifying students from Indiana receive two times as much federal grant money as students who attend public schools. ( $8200 )
$60K - Average financial aid package includes grants and scholarships that do not get repaid and loans that must be repaid.
ALL of our degrees offer the 3-year accelerated option. (Engineering degrees
from Trine University require
4 years to complete)
Fiber optic uplink connects the campus to Indiana’s statewide higher education fiber network. All major buildings on campus are connected to our fiber optic, gigabit backbone. Jenzabar and Moodle learning software are available for student and faculty use.
All academic and residential buildings have Wi-Fi connectivity, including our “Green Space Corridor,” allowing connectivity while outside.
The Amenities of a Resort Town
The Village at Winona offers a contemporary arts culture as well as a newly restored historical district with fine dining and casual cafes, a bakery, a bike shop, a spa, MudLOVE™, and an ice cream parlor right next to campus. The Lake City Greenway has over 25 miles of single-track mountain bike, hiking, and walking trails adjoining our campus.
Orthopaedic Capital of the World
The area is home to some of the world’s largest orthopaedic firms, along with many other excellent companies that fuel the thriving local economy, providing our students with many internship and applied learning opportunities.
< 3 hours Easy access to Chicago and Indianapolis airports: less than 3 hours. The Fort Wayne and South Bend airports are less than 1 hour away.