By: Lori Ann Williams
Doing what is right STARTS with me.
Choices are what make or break a person, a home, a world.
Voices followed by emotions can take you places you don’t want to go,
and may take time, time you can’t get back, time wasted,
to remove not just your physical being, but also your mental captivity.
The voice of the Holy Spirit, however, can take you to a destiny
that the brain only wished it could comprehend.
For God’s ways are higher than ours, as well as His thoughts. Continue reading
By: Rodney David
My biggest inspiration in history has to be Marin Luther King Jr. He was born in
Memphis, Tennessee on January 15th, 1929. For those who didn’t know, Martin Luther King Jr. was a Baptist minister and social activist that played a highly distinctive role in the American Civil Rights Movement. He was known for his speeches and his non-violent protests. Sadly, he was assassinated on April 4th, 1968. Continue reading
Originally from Ivy Tech Fort Wayne News
This is the second in a two-part series: We asked returning students and faculty to offer advice to help new students succeed. We received some excellent advice, including this thorough 10-parter we thought deserved its own post. You can check out the first installment in the series here.
Originally from: Ivy Tech Fort Wayne News
As new students arrive on campus for the first time, we thought it would be a great idea to ask returning students and college employees for some advice: We wanted to know, “How can new students make the most out of the Ivy Tech experience?”
Leave a comment and tell us what you learned or some advice you’d like to add. Also, be sure to check back later this week for the second post in this two-part series.
I can relate to the panic some feel when they realize it’s time to file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). But it’s worth the investment of your time because of the financial benefits you can receive for college.
First thing you need to understand before filing your FAFSA is why it’s important that you file in the first place. Continue reading
State-of-the-art labs offering students hands-on experience
Real world experience, state-of-the-art laboratories, and hands-on learning can be used to describe Ivy Tech Community College’s Biotechnology Program.
Biotechnology students have the opportunity to learn in state-of-the-art labs that are equipped with supplies, equipment, and instrumentation used in the biotechnology field. This ensures students enter the field with all of the knowledge to enter the field prepared.
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!
Welcome to the Ivy Tech blog! This is your place to connect with Ivy Tech students, faculty and staff to read and share original content. So whether you are looking for ways to get published or have something you would like to share that will help your fellow students, colleagues, etc., we want to feature it.
You can submit original content here, or by using the link to the right of the screen.
This is new for Ivy Tech and we hope you go on this adventure with us! Over time the blog may evolve, but it won’t be possible without your help. Check back weekly for new content and we encourage you to share your own stories too. From your successes to advice, this is the place to be. Welcome!