Commit to Complete (C2C) sign-ups are just around the corner – but why should you sign it? Commit to Complete is an initiative designed to encourage students to complete their education. You may be thinking…what’s in it for me?
When beginning my journey toward a degree, I had no idea where to start. Like many young adults I visited a variety of universities, yet none of them seemed to fill my needs. I was a little frustrated, and extremely confused.
I will admit, I was looking for a lot within a university. I knew that I was going to spend thousands of dollars on my degree and be hundreds of miles away from home. I was dedicated to find the college that matched my expectations.
It wasn’t until I was just about ready to quit my search that I found Ivy Tech Community College.
by Coleen Gabhart
Student and Student Government President, Lafayette campus
“I only take classes here.”
This is a common response when I ask students about their Ivy Tech experience, and in particular, their on campus involvement. Continue reading
The summer/fall semester is just around the corner, and we want to help you get enrolled or registered.
For many, this may be overwhelming – but it doesn’t have to be! As Zig Ziglar said, “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.”
Get a great start through our Express Enrollment Day (EED), where you can get all of your enrollment steps done in one day, at one place! If you are a current student, you too can attend and get assistance registering for summer and/or fall courses. Just be sure to RSVP.
If you are a new student, here are seven reasons you should attend EED at a location near you April 30!
As a college student, we hope you’re encountering exciting new opportunities, but you may also be facing some new challenges–adjusting to a new learning environment, balancing your studies with a job, your family, or other responsibilities, or even just keeping track of deadlines and requirements for multiple classes. Ivy Tech is always looking for ways to better support our students, so we’re excited to be partnering with researchers from the Harvard Kennedy School to explore a new approach to help our students succeed. Continue reading
Although I often heard of Express Enrollment events throughout Ivy Tech, I did not attend an event prior to becoming an Ivy Tech student. Whether it was me being stubborn, or not knowing the benefits of the event, it seemed easier to just figure it out on my own.
As an intern for Ivy Tech, I have learned of the benefits of attending one of these events, and I regret not attending one. So I decided to write this blog to let you know, my three reasons I wish I would have gone to an Express Enrollment Day.
by Joseph Black, student
It can be a nightmare to track down resources for college, especially if you’re just starting out your first semester.
Getting your books, materials, financial aid, student loans, advisement, classes registered, etc. can honestly seem like a never-ending to-do list. But there is one tool that every student should have at their fingertips and it’s also one tool that happens to be one of the most overlooked: Access to the Internet! Continue reading
by Angela Macgilivray
Student, East Chicago campus
As a 40-something returning to school, I admit to being a bit nervous. It’s been over 20 years since I took a class. Will I remember how to study? How will I find the time? Continue reading
by Rachel Pope
A career in the automotive industry not only offers a hands-on career, but an exciting one that offers endless opportunities. Through the use of modern equipment, certified instructors and state of the art facilities, Ivy Tech Community College gives students the ability to learn in the best environment possible. Continue reading
Nursing isn’t always an easy profession, however, those in the field love it for being such a rewarding career. As a nurse, you have the opportunity every day to make a difference in someone’s life. Ivy Tech Community College has made a huge impact on not only those who have completed the program, but also the patients they have helped since earning their degree. Continue reading