ANGOLA — Trine University will once again be filled to the brim.
The university expects to welcome a record class of 725 new students this fall, including first-year and transfer students. Thankfully, Trine’s new Fabiani Hall will be open to help manage the continued growth of the residential student population.
About 1,600 students are expected to live in the university’s residence halls this fall.
“An increasing number of students and families are not only recognizing the value of a Trine education, but also the value of the residential experience on our vibrant campus,” said Earl D. Brooks II, Trine University’s president. “We especially appreciate the wisdom and foresight of the university’s Board of Trustees, who quickly approved the…