Location
Terre Haute, IN
Undergrads
2,720
Tuition (in-state)
$7,026 ($3,354)
Branch Campus Of
Ivy Tech Community College
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Reviews 116 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I think it's okay. The tuition is nice and cheap.

1 person found this useful Report
3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It is a little difficult to talk to an advisor.

3 College Junior

Facilities: Everyone commutes so it is different than most.

1 person found this useful Report
3 College Junior

Student Body: There is a wide range of students attending.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: It's a community college so it's very affordable.

1 person found this useful Report
4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computer labs are excellent.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: They have a lot of campus activities.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I currently have a 4.0.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am working on my associates degree.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: This is my first online class so it has been an adjustment for me to balance what needs to be done with when it is due.

4 College Junior

Career Services: I feel the career services is very helpful. They look over and help you update and polish resumes, references, cover letters, recommendation letters, etc. They tell students how to dress for certain positions in certain fields, how to appear for interviews, and they even offer mock interviews. These services are both students are seeking a part-time job at a fast food place, or for a graduate ready to find a professional post college job. The alumni network is vast because there are so many Ivy Tech campuses all over Indiana, and there's many students enrolled. Most graduates get a job within six months or so after graduation.

College Junior

Academic Experience: I am not currently yet in my degree program. I have another semester before I can enroll.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: There's lot of different courses offered through Ivy Tech. I feel I've done well with my academics, and largely in part to the tutoring and centers available for students who need help studying and learning. I've been to the academic counselor who has helped me to learn study skills and time management. The registration process for classes is pretty easy. So long as a student doesn't wait until the next semester is less than a month away, a student can likely sign up for the classes they want when they want. If you sign up early, it's pretty much guaranteed.

College Junior

Online Courses: I've seen a lot of available online classes for different times and schedules, and for many different courses. I haven't taken any online classes myself, but I could easily take them if I chose to. As for how they work and how manageable they are, I'm not sure.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I can't say much yet for transferring credits or degrees, but I've been able to pretty much make my schedule however I want to. Most of the labs and tutoring centers are open to late evening, as is the library. I haven't had any trouble with my schedule, classes, or any of the resources. They know many of the students have full time jobs and kids, so they're flexible. This is school is made for non-traditional students.

4 College Junior

Facilities: Its the fact that students are there almost every time of the day and there's always something going on. They offer a lot of free activities, so there's a lot that students can do if they have time during the day between and before or after classes. Ivy Tech offers a lot of free resources that might have to be paid for at most four colleges, like one on one tutoring and workshops, or participation in certain programs. The fact is that Ivy Tech is affordable, relates to the real world, and is very flexible and workable, and has all of the resources a student needs to succeed, if a student uses them.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I'm definitely getting my money's worth here. Tuition and books together only cost about $2000 for my first semester. It's reasonably cheap and affordable. If I have to pay technology fees, I'm aware of it. And they have payment plans and lots of financial options in the financial aid department for those who need it. I haven't had any trouble as of yet, and it's been pretty straightforward. And scholarships and grants can be obtained by almost anyone. There are quite a few scholarships for those aren't in financial need. Really, just going and talking to the financial aid office and filling out a scholarship application is that easy.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: For a community college, they actually offer a lot. They have free tutoring in nearly every subject, a free writing center and math lab, a reasonably sized library with lots of books, and academic counselors. They have a counselor who can help students with time management, study skills, and school related issues. Ivy Tech also offers personal counseling for issues outside of school. Ivy Tech has a student government, a leadership program, intramural softball and basketball, and a choir group. They offer a lot of free activities and workshops for students, and often have guest speakers. There's been several in my first semester. Overall, I love the campus and the resources it offers!

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are many classrooms with computers, and students can go right in and print something off a computer. Wireless access can be accessed from a lot of areas on campus and is even faster than my personal internet. A personal computer and printer is nice, but if you don't have one, there's always the writing center and library where you can access the computers for schoolwork and such. If a student doesn't have a computer, then Ivy Tech can definitely can take care of that need.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: My overall experience has been pretty good. Aside from such a diverse student population, Ivy Tech has a lot of features. For one, Ivy Tech is in lots of different student locations in Indiana, and your core credits or degree can transfer to just about any other Indiana college, and a lot of colleges outside of Indiana. For a student that isn't sure what they want to major in, but doesn't want to pay large costs, Ivy Tech is a great choice. They have lots of free resources, such as tutoring in pretty much every subject, counseling-both academic and personal, career services, student events, clubs, transportation...there's a lot! There's so many free things at Ivy Tech I can't name them all! But aside from my tuition and textbooks, I have never paid for anything else. Ivy Tech offers a lot of free events that are open to the public, and they tend to be pretty fun. I've enjoyed my instructors and getting to know them on a personal level. I love the small classes and the small campus, and actually knowing my classmates. It's easy to navigate and find where you're going. Plus, your class schedule can be altered to fit around your lifestyle. This semester I went for about fours a day four times a week. Next semester I'm going about eight hours a day twice a week. They can work around a full time job, parents with kids in school, and so on. Overall, I've loved the flexibility and familiarity of Ivy Tech. I'm glad I started here.

5 College Junior

Student Body: Currently being a student at Ivy Tech Community College, most people would think that it isn't the best of schools since it's a community college. However, I feel that I've gotten an experience here that I wouldn't have received a normal four year college. The student body is very diverse. There are students I know from high school, but there's also a lot of new people to meet. Not everyone is young-there's a lot of students who are in their 30's, 40's, 50's and a few are even in their sixties! I've found it really interesting to meet people of different ages and from different backgrounds. There are students with children, single parents, veterans, different ethnicities, sexualities-there's just a lot of people to meet. I feel like that the diversity at Ivy Tech-not just in background and race, but with age especially-has given me a real world experience that I wouldn't have received at a four year school, where most everyone would likely be around 18-26 or so. I've enjoyed it. The thing about Ivy Tech is that there isn't really a typical student-there's just such a big mixture, that I've met a lot of people I didn't meet in highschool. And I've loved my experience at Ivy Tech.

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5 College Junior

Facilities: The only negative thing I can say about this campus is the fact that I am paying double just because I live 15 minutes out of state. Aside of that, everything is wonderful.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The head of my department is really great with working around his students. As for the other programs, I cannot say.

College Junior

Online Courses: I have never taken an on line class so I have no knowledge of this.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: We have a lot of ways to help students that might be struggling in the general education classes. For example, math and writing center, library and tutor sessions.

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