College Junior 2013-07-24T03:24:35Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
My education is the most important part of school. Going to a big school can cost more and might not even be what you thought it would be. I have seen many people go to big schools like Purdue and end up quieting after their first semester. which means that the money they spent for the first semester went down the drain. Ivy Tech is a good starting point to get your feet wet, After you see what you like and dislike then you can decide what your next step will be. The tuition at my school seems to be fair. Other college's tuition doubles or even triples the tuition at Ivy Tech. There is not a lot to complain about. Cheaper schooling is much better than going to a school where tuition costs an arm and a leg. To conclude my grade on the tuition I chose an A because it is a fair amount.
College Sophomore 2013-07-24T00:45:48Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I really like that Financial Aid covers a lot of my schooling, however the loans are much needed for me to be successful in school. Scholarships are very important to my success. I only qualify for about 7,000 in loans a year. Every little bit extra I can find helps while trying to support myself and my 2 year old son all on my own.
College Sophomore 2013-07-24T00:43:35Z
This was the entire reason why I chose this college. With being a single mom of a 2 year old, flexibility is a word that is center rooted in my life. I wanted to go back to college to be a nurse but in order to do that I needed to find a college that could work around my schedule. Ivy tech is extremely flexible in their courses. I never have a problem getting into a class at a time that I need it for.
College Sophomore 2013-07-24T00:30:08Z
The career services at Ivy Tech is very good. The career center is very helpful when trying to find a job related to your course of interest. It is difficult to find a job out in the real world when you are unfamiliar to an area or on Monster.com where it seems you can never find many good jobs. Ivy Tech does a good job at trying to promote jobs for graduates in their field
College Sophomore 2013-07-24T00:28:09Z
The students make the school. There is a wide range of people all there from different backgrounds all working towards the same goal. We all are there to be successful and advance in our chosen careers. It is nice to not be at a school where people are just there to hang out. Having classmates just as eager as myself to learn makes it easier to request help when needed from my peers
College Sophomore 2013-07-24T00:26:07Z
I really like online courses because it allows me the flexibility I need to get things done on my own time and to do them better. I panic under pressure of taking tests in front of other people. I do much better taking online quizzes and proctor exams when I know that nobody is going to ask to see "what I got" after the test.
College Junior 2013-06-04T00:38:34Z
I can pick what classes I take when. I can pick if I take them in person or on-line. Its really amazing.
College Junior 2013-06-04T00:35:40Z
They have quite a bit of Family/Communty events. Most recently they hosted Truck-a-poliza.
College Junior 2013-06-04T00:33:42Z
There is a wonderful library in The Columbus Learning Center that is shared between IUPUC and Ivy Tech.
College Junior 2013-06-04T00:29:16Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid department helped be get everything filled out and submitted. They were extremely helpful in helping me fix some errors in my FASFA. But if you called them directly it always goes to voicemail and never get a call back. So to be able to talk to someone you have to call the school and get transfered to the financial aid department.
College Sophomore 2013-05-20T13:39:07Z
I have not used this service yet but I know of students that have graduated from Ivy Tech and they had great help finding job opportunities in the community.
College Sophomore 2013-05-20T13:37:50Z
Ivy Tech has both working-class people as well as students that just graduated High School, it's a great mix because everyone is from a different walk of life but we are all there to further our education to make a better future!
College Senior 2013-05-19T20:09:44Z
I absolutely love Ivy Tech. The price is so amazing! The registration process is completely painless and the staff are extremely nice and helpful. Because the class size is small, you can really get one-on-one attention from the professors. The only complaint I have is about my guidance counselor. She is always to busy to return my email and because she went on vacation, I now have to take an extra semester at school! (She ignored my emails asking for help to sign up for a practicum class!)
College Senior 2013-05-14T21:49:06Z
My school had a virtual library that helps with any assignment or research paper you may be working on. There is always someone willing to help with classes, finanical aide and about anything you need help with.
College Senior 2013-05-14T21:38:18Z
We have very diverse classmates and this makes a very interesting class. Everyone gets along great together and grows really close. Students even plan outings outside of school with one another. I keep in touch with many of the students in my past classes.
College Senior 2013-05-14T21:36:10Z
I attend Ivy Tech at the Learning Center in Seymour, Indiana. The professors here are really involved with the students. The classes are smaller. The students and the professors interact well and it's hard to say good bye at the end of the semesters.
College Senior 2013-05-14T21:33:40Z
I am in criminal justice and the classes are super exciting. I had to take a math and english class as a refresher, I have been out of school over 30 years. I love my classes and my professors. The fellow classmates really get into the material being studied and class discussions are frequent. I am so glad I choose Ivy Tech, the people are awesome there.
College Senior 2013-05-06T18:12:58Z
Ivy Tech is great at working around your schedule. Whether its work, school, or children, they will make time for you.
College Senior 2013-05-06T18:10:47Z
My school is hardworking with a great faculty and staff who are devoted to the everyday cares of the typical Ivy tech student. I really appreciate all that Ivy Tech has taught me, both academically and Mentally.
College Junior 2013-03-31T22:35:54Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I received financial aid for this school. the process online was difficult to understand at first, but when I went in and talked to the financial aid personal face-to-face, they helped break down what I needed to get done and what I had to do next. The school's tuition is something you can not pass up. I think the classes are amazing for what I am paying.
College Junior 2013-03-31T22:29:36Z
The reason I chose this school was because of the program I am in. I heard that it is one of the best programs. The only problem I had with the school was that I am a transfer student and some of my other classes did not transfer over. I moved from another state though so I understand that my classes could have not transferred at all. Which is another reason why I like this school, because they did accept the classes that I hoped would transfer.
College Senior 2013-03-08T22:54:01Z
The school has a lot of computer labs in it. The only thing is that if you want to print you have to pay for it. The school gives you five dollars to start with though. The school also has a wireless access. And if you want to print off your personal computer I dont think there is a way to do that.
College Senior 2013-03-08T22:46:45Z
My class so far is what I have expected in my major. Except for a couple class I had to take to keep me a full time student. That was not in my major field which made me use some of my finical aide for them.
College Senior 2013-03-08T22:43:34Z
I have never had to work with the career center yet.
College Junior 2013-03-02T00:57:53Z
My school has a very diverse student body. We make up a mixture of ethnicities, religions, and sexes. We have high school grads, working adults, parents, middle-aged adults, senior students, and the list goes on. Unfortunately, some of our older students seem to be clueless about the curriculum and being a student in general. Fortunately, they're mostly very nice people. That is except for the dropouts from more expensive universities; some of them can be a little snooty (since they've humbled themselves to visit community college, haha).
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