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Trinity International University Illinois

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Students who got into TIU:

Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (0), Grades (2), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (0)
Just apply, if your an athlete you need notApr 28 2013Communications
Just apply, if your an athlete you need not worry about anything.
ACT: 21 Female
The standards for getting in have drastically changed overMar 14 2008Other
The standards for getting in have drastically changed over the years. Now, it is pretty much, you want to go there and can pay for it- you get it.
It's pretty easy to get into TrinitySep 10 2007Religion/Religious
It's pretty easy to get into Trinity. If you want to go there, but you don't meet the minimum ACT/SAT or GPA requirements, don't worry. I knew a few people that got in without meeting requirements. It just takes an extra interview, and a promise to the school that you will work hard to make the grades and graduate.
ACT: 30 Male
Just applyFeb 17 2005Communications
Just apply. I transfered in and was accepted based on prior academic work.
SAT: 1470 Male
I applied as a transfer studentApr 03 2004Communications
I applied as a transfer student. It is a good idea to have at least two years before transferring over.

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