Catch Ivy Tech Indianapolis’ segment on local news station for annual fundraising event Evening in Paris

eip-2018-dateIvy Tech Indianapolis’ hospitality program is gearing up for their 30th Evening in Paris, which will be held on Saturday, April 28 at the downtown Indianapolis campus.

This fantastique fundraising event allows students to showcase their culinary skills in grand fashion—all to help earn money for scholarships.

Guests will enjoy an evening filled with delicious French cuisine and great entertainment. Continue reading

Why I am proud to be an Ivy Tech Student

by Justin Meyers
Student and President of the Campus Activities Board, Lake County

justin-meyers-photoEver since I had found out about Ivy Tech Community College, I was at first skeptical to be a student. I didn’t know of the college at first, my first choice would have been Indiana Tech. But once I found out about the dual credit I had received at the college from the Area Career Center, I was basically sold into wanting to go to the college.

At first, when I went for the orientation, I had attended the now old Gary Indiana Campus. I was so intrigued by how big it was on the inside for such a small building. They had a café, a big student lounge, a whole bunch of computer labs, very nice student life office, and a big tutoring center. Continue reading

Women’s History Month: A Chat with President Sue Ellspermann

President-Sue-EllspermannIn honor of Women’s History Month, the Ivy Tech Social Team (IVYTS) sat down with Ivy Tech Community College President, Dr. Sue Ellspermann, to discuss what Women’s History Month means to her and how it impacts economy and future of work.


IVYTS: What women have inspired you in your career?
President Ellspermann:
Susan B. Anthony, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Mother (now Saint) Teresa of Calcutta, Sr. Kathy Huber (prioress emeritus of the Sisters of St. Benedict), Pat Koch (former matriarch of Holiday World), among others. Unfortunately, there were too few when I was young. Continue reading

“A Man’s World”

By: Amanda Chadwick

I hope to see the day when women can be considered equal to men.
The day when we can fiercely wield sharp tongues and a pen.
I want to see MY daughter carry on in MY place to Fight For what is right.
To stand firm on her principles and learn the power of her own might
A Flower cannot grow in a world clouded with blind hate.
But if we stand together as equals we can decide a different fate.