ANGOLA, IN - Trine University will host a special online event for Indiana students as part of the state's College Application Week, Sept. 21-25.
Admission counselors serving the Hoosier state will be available on Zoom from noon to 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21, to provide a general overview of the university and answer questions. The link for the event is available at learnmoreindiana.org/scholars/events/virtual/.
Trine does not charge application fees, which many colleges waive as part of the week.
College Application Week is part of Indiana's annual College GO! Initiative, which takes place each August through November with information and resources designed to help Hoosiers plan for education beyond high school. The official "College GO!" kick-off is the last full week of September.
More than 20 Indiana colleges and 85 K-12 schools across the state will host College GO! and College Application Week events to help students navigate the admissions process.
College Application Week is sponsored in partnership by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and the American College Application Campaign to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students who pursue education beyond high school.
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