Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington

234 reviews
  1. Bloomington, IN
  2. 2 Year
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Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington is ...
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200 Daniels Way
Bloomington, IN 47404


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Net Price
$10,197/ year

Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.

Net Price by Household Income
  • <$30k
    $9,592/ year
  • $30-48k
    $11,167/ year
  • $49-75k
    $13,785/ year
  • $76-110k
    $15,710/ year
  • $110k+
    $15,611/ year


Based on faculty accomplishments, salary, student reviews, and additional factors.
Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.29 responses
of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.28 responses
of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.26 responses



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After Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington

Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
$29,700/ year
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I have had a generally bad experience with online classes. The professors are slow to get back to your questions via e-mail. You probably won't get much interaction with other students aside from the required discussion boards and many students put little to no work into their discussion board homework so it's unlike an actual in-class setting in a way. Also, your homework may not be graded until the very end of the semester and there's little to no extra credit available. The good thing about online classes is that many of the exams aren't proctored, so you're able to use both your book and notes!
  • College Junior
  • Oct 8 2012
Ivy Tech is always posting things online and getting information to the students about all the things they have going on and available to all students. I think there seems to be an appropriate amount of employers through Ivy tech and it is even more comforting to see that many have been there for years. With this being said, therefore brings pleasure to my mind when I may need assistance because when this is the case, I am comfortable in seeking assistance and feel as if I will be appropriately assisted by the experienced staff through my school. They also have a way of showing they really care and want to help you. More specifically in speaking on "staff" I am here, referring to non-instructors through Ivy Tech. In speaking of the instructors I have found this that I've said to unfortunately, only be a little over half way true. Even so for the case of speaking of the advisor's. In thinking of "quality" when it comes to these two I think there is a mixture through Ivy tech. I believe there are some excellent advisor's and instructors, but I have ran into just a few were I feel as if I wasn't receiving the best quality, communication, advise, etc.
  • College Senior
  • July 18 2014
Courses offered seem to be what I'd assume as an appropriateness in availability/options. I feel most of my courses have been of good quality, although some online instructors could have communicated better. Overall, with courses that I have take, I can also say that I feel there could have been more within my actual work/assignments that would truly feel like I'm gaining more hands on experience in the field I'll be going into. I still find myself with a lot of questions and concerns too, yet I have been attending Ivy Tech for over two years.This makes me feel like I am missing out somehow, such as with the idea that many courses within my chosen major should, at some point (though the work, reading, instructor, etc.) be answering these questions/concerns, as well as these courses, I feel, should be providing the opportunity to learn through doing and then testing the knowledge. .
  • College Senior
  • July 18 2014