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Ivy Tech Offers In-Depth Visits

Ivy Tech Community College is excited to announce a new initiative offering customized visits to prospective students in West Central Indiana. The visit days aim to provide students with a hands-on and tailored experience to explore the programs in each of Ivy Tech’s seven schools, including the School of Health Sciences; School of Nursing; School of Information Technology; School of Business, Logistics and Supply Chain; School of Public Affairs and Social Services; School of Arts, Sciences, and Education; and School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, and Applied Sciences.

During their visit, students can connect with Ivy Tech’s enrollment team, tour industry-level labs and classrooms, meet faculty, and discover high-demand career paths in West Central Indiana. The goal is to empower students with the information they need to make informed decisions about their future education.

“We understand the importance of making well-informed decisions when it comes to choosing a college,” said Leah Allman, vice chancellor of enrollment services at Ivy Tech. “While many high school students from West Central Indiana have visited our campus, our school-specific visits are an excellent opportunity for them to take a deep dive into the academic programs they’re interested in and discover how an Ivy Tech credential can lead to a rewarding career or make earning a bachelor’s degree more affordable.”

In addition to exploring academic programs, students will learn how to save thousands in tuition costs with the College’s transfer partnerships with other Indiana public and private colleges. By starting at Ivy Tech, students can complete their associate degree and transfer seamlessly to a four-year institution to work towards their bachelor’s degree. With more than 20 degrees that qualify for guaranteed admission at Indiana’s largest four-year institutions, Ivy Tech is the smart and affordable way to begin their academic journey.

For the full article, see the January 31 edition of the Parke County Sentinel.