|8000 South Education Drive
Terre Haute, IN 47802-4898
http://www.goivytech.net • http://www.goivytech.net/distance-education
Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana is a statewide, open-access, community college and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It is the second largest state-supported, higher education system.
Ivy Tech's mission is to provide residents of Indiana with professional, technical, transfer and lifelong education for successful careers, personal development, and citizenship. To accomplish this, the College places emphasis on professional and technical education; general education; transfer education; developmental education; student development and services; continuing education; workforce education and training; community service; diversity; and continuous improvement of all instruction and services offered to students, employers and the community.
Ivy Tech strengthens Indiana's economy and enhances its cultural development through its affordable, quality educational programs and services.
The Wabash Valley Region offers courses in Terre Haute at its South Campus, 7999 South US Hwy. 41; its Indiana Center of Aviation Technology, Terre Haute International Airport Hulman Field, 501 South Airport Street; and its Martin Luther King, Jr. Family and Youth Development Center, 1438 South 13th Street. In addition, classes are offered at One North Calbert Way in Greencastle; Sullivan County Economic Development and Learning Center, Sullivan; South Vermillion High School, Clinton; Riverton Parke High School, Montezuma; and Community Learning Center of Greene County, White River Valley High School, Switz City.
Credit programs offered at Ivy Tech include Accounting, Aviation Technology, Automotive, Biotechnology, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Design Technology, Early Childhood Education, Electronics and Computer Technology, General Studies, Human Services, Manufacturing and Industrial Technology, Medical Assisting, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nursing, Office Administration, Paramedic Science, Practical Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care, Surgical Technology and Visual Communications.
Corporate and Continuing Education Services (CCES), located at Ivy Tech's Indiana Center of Aviation Technology, provides non-credit continuing education courses for professional development, personal development, maintenance, safety, and computer training. The department offers contract training to businesses to help their employees in the areas of professional development, worker skills, pre-employment services, and job profiling as well as other services. Assessment and testing delivery in many areas is made available through CCES's Workforce Certification Center. Over 2,400 computer-based training programs are offered through the Center. CCES also has conferencing, video, and other high-tech services available to the community.
For more information, call 812.299.1121 or 1.800.377.4882 or visit our Web site at www.goivytech.net.
Ivy Tech operates on a semester basis, fall and spring with one summer term. Semester enrollments are counted ten days after the beginning of each term (ten-day count) and at the end of each term (end of term count). For more information visit: www.ivytech.edu/oir/enrollhist/.
Apply online to the campus of your choice using Ivy Tech's online admission form.
Unlike other colleges and universities, Ivy Tech does not charge an application fee. Use the following link for contact information from the 23 campuses found throughout the state of Indiana, www.ivytech.edu/academics/officeadm/.
All degree-seeking students must submit high school transcripts or GED scores. Prior to enrolling in classes, all degree-seeking students must participate in the ASSET course placement assessment.
$91.30 per credit for in-state students
$119.45 for out-of-state students in distance education courses
$40 technology charged each semester
$10.00 per credit hour fee for distance education courses
Fees subject to change.
Students choosing to drop or withdraw from a course or courses must notify the College in writing using the drop-and-add or withdrawal form. The fee refund for voluntary withdrawal from a class, when applicable, will be processed only after the student files a College drop-and-add or withdrawal form with the Registrars Office.
The College will refund student fees on the following schedule for a regular (16-week) semester:
— From registration to 10th business day of the semester 100% refund
— After the 10th business day- No refund
71% of degree-seeking students receive aid. Aid is available for nondegree-seeking students. Available aid includes federal, state, and institutional funds in the form of grants, scholarships, and loans.
For pre-college information, see:
For Dual Credit information, see
Distance Education Coordinator
800.377.4882, Ext. 2311
Director of Admissions
800.377.4882, Ext. 2300
Financial Aid Manager
8000 South Education Drive
Terre Haute, IN 47802-4898
800.377.4882 Ext. 2217
812.299.1121 or 800.377.4882
Visit www.ivytech.edu/academic_calendar/ for information.