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Trinity International University Illinois

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Your Combined ACT:
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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at TIUI
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Your Chances at TIUI
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Men
Women
# Applicants
235
211
# Admitted
215
203
% Admitted
91.5%
96.2%
% Overall
93.7%

Students who got into TIUI:

Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (2), Grades (4), Sports/Extracurriculars (2), College Essay (0)
The admissions process is a wonderful experienceSep 27 2016Religion/Religious
The admissions process is a wonderful experience. My enrollment counselor poured into me as a person, wanting to make sure who I am and what I want would be connected well into Trinity, before I was even there. My recommendation to others applying is to come and visit campus and be welcomed into the community for a day (tiu.edu/visit). I would also recommend getting connected with an enrollment counselor and letting them walk you through the application process. This process was one of the smoothest, most joyful experiences I had my senior year of high school and this was because of the ease of it, the connections the Admissions office made with me, and the way I was welcomed into the Trinity community within my first inquiry to the school.
Female
Trinity is willing to work with student to helpSep 23 2016Religion/Religious
Trinity is willing to work with student to help them succeed academically even if high school was a struggle. GPA and ACT scores help to show that you seek to succeed, but are not always accurate representations of your academic ability. Showing initiative and the desire to further your education are good indicators of how you will do in college. Seek to succeed!
ACT: 27 Female
To get accepted at Trinity, I strived to doSep 01 2016Math
To get accepted at Trinity, I strived to do well in the classroom and showed authentic interest in the school and my future.
To get into Trinity, I would suggest that people put effort into getting accepted. Strive to do well in the classroom and apply to Trinity. Reach out to the Admissions counselors they will walking along side you through the entire process.
ACT: 17 SAT: 1490 Female
I was very involved in the application process andSep 01 2016Psychology
I was very involved in the application process and kept in close contact with my admissions counselor so that I wouldn't miss any important information.
Female
I applied to the university as soon as IAug 29 2016Music - Composition/Theory
I applied to the university as soon as I could, visited twice, asked as many questions as I could muster, and scrutinized each university as wisely as I could. In the end, after my search, TIU ended up on top
ACT: 25 Male
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