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Reviews 401 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Student

Academic Experience: The registration process is fast and easy. They have free tutoring that is very helpful.

5 College Student

Academic Flexibility: The registration process was easy and I got all the classes I need.

5 College Student

Overall Experience: I feel like I matter when I talk to the advisers and I feel like it's the best choice for me.

4 College Student

Student Body: Everyone is very nice and welcoming. I enjoy meeting them.

4 College Student

Campus Resources: The school has a lot of resources that are very helpful.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Students usually have a pretty easy time getting a job coming from this school. They have a career program with the school that is wonderful about helping look for a new job also.

5 College Sophomore

Student Body: There is no "typical" student if you ask me. Everyone is different which is a good thing. Life would be very boring if we were all the same. Ivy Tech is very diverse. It is diverse in several ways not just with race but also with religion, sex, age, economic status, etc.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The value of my education is well worth the tuition I am charged. They are very reasonable on their tuition fees. They have a wonderful staff in the financial aid office that is always willing to sit down with you and explain anything and also help you in any possible way they can. You can get financial aid pretty easy as long as you get all your paperwork in on time and do everything you are supposed to do.

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: From all that I have heard from staff and other students who know people who have graduated the post-grad services are great. They have a wonderful career center within the campus where you can go and they will help you do everything from building a resume to helping you find a good job in your career if you are not already involved in an internship. A lot of the internships hire the student as an employee of their own after they are done with their internships.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: We have an absolutely AMAZING program that I have personally been recently accepted into. It's the TRiO program which is a program that is open tutoring for anyone in the program. It has been wonderful so far getting to know the staff which is mostly all volunteers. They only accept 160 students at a time and I am honored to say I get to be one of them. As far as my specific major they have a great program and that's why I chose to personally go there. Every teacher is different and everybody learns differently. I personally have been on the Dean's list for the first 2 semesters and the 3rd semester I thought I was going to be fine, however I quickly realized that Anatomy and Physiology was way harder than I ever expected. This is why I joined out TRiO Program. I have to retake this class unfortunately. The workload depends on the class and the teacher. Some teachers give more homework than others. You should always allow a minimum of 3 hours per credit hour per class so if your class is 3 credit hours allow a minimum of 9 hours available for the week to study and do homework for that specific class. Curriculums vary throughout depending on the field you intend on going into. The facilities are very friendly and easy to find. There are people in every building that will be willing to help you find something if you would happen to get lost. They are very friendly people around there, although as with anywhere you go there are some that are just plain rude. However, the majority are extremely friendly if you just ask! As far as internship/job opportunities they have several on and off campus that they have posted all the time.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Professors/teachers vary, some are absolutely wonderful and others are not as helpful. You will find this anywhere you go though. I just do the best I can and move on personally. The class registration process is pretty easy for the most part. There are a couple of ways you can sign up for classes. You can either sign-up online or in person with an academic advisor. If you go through your advisor you will meet with a general advisor, once you complete a certain number of credit hours you then meet with your department advisor who will then be your advisor until you graduate. The best study program I know of so far is TRiO, which is a tutoring program and it seems to be a great program so far.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: They have all kinds of different resources on campus. Some of them include the student life center, library, TRiO Program (an AMAZING program), we have several gathering areas where people can meet up to sit and study or visit, we have lots of great mini seminars to help us with all kinds of different topics anything from how to build a resume to how to apply for scholarships and everything in between, we also have lots of different free activities available to us through the campus throughout the month. They have amazingly friendly workers and volunteers throughout the entire campus.

1 College Student

Career Services: So far I haven't been in touch with the career services department. I do not have any confidence in their abilities to place students into any sort of meaningful work, based on my experience with the college so far, however I cannot say for sure.

2 College Student

Academic Experience: All of the classes I have taken so far in relation to my major- marketing and sales- have been poorly run. It's possible that I simply had a bad batch of professors, but I feel as though they are not very qualified to teach the classes they are teaching, most of them are grad or phd students themselves, I would prefer to be taught by someone who has real world experience in this field. The workload is moderate, and probably comparable to any other college, although with the leniency of the teachers it wouldn't be too hard to pass the class. As far as job/ internship opportunities there are none that I have become aware of so far.

1 College Student

Academic Experience: My teachers are extremely lenient in the way they run the class. In at least one of my classes, the professor never takes up the allotted time for the class. All of them grade on serious curves, and practice grade forgiveness for tardy assignments and failed tests. In order to gain admission for the college it isn't even necessary to have a high school degree to get into the college, so consequently many of my classmates do not posses a high level of education. I would not recommend this school to anyone who wants a challenging academic experience.

2 College Student

Campus Resources: The facilities on campus are extremely limited, the building is a former military barracks converted into a college campus. Since it is a former military building the architecture is very dull and uninspiring. The library is smaller than my high school's library, and the only food options are vending machines and a Noble Roman's pizza. There is no student center to speak of, and it feels like the kind of place you want to get in and get out of as quickly as possible.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I am an online student, and it was made out to me that I will be able to do my classes at any point of the day, as I also work full-time! Super pumped about that

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Overall, my experience has been great! I'm very excited to start my education here!! If I had to choose all over again, I'd choose Ivy Tech multiple times over!

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I can't wait to start! This school has excellent student success ratings! Good graduated student ratings, and excellent student success in their chosen work field percentages! The staff was very friendly, and gave me amazing tips!

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: LORD! This is where it gets tricky! The schools tuition isn't bad, at all. However, the financial aid process is definitely lengthy and extensive. You go through so much, and then you wait forever to be told if there's even an issue, and if there is, it's another two weeks until you get any feedback. The financial aid office didn't return my emails promptly as promised, and I was left having to figure most things out on my own. However, I made it through it! I would give everyone I cam into contact with a little advice, ASK SOMEONE THAT HAS EXPERIENCE!

5 College Sophomore

Career Services: My college has a program where they will help you find work after graduating. They also have a high student sucess rate in those who continue on to careers in their field of study!

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: My college actually offers a lot of great degrees for a cheap price, compared to that of other colleges! The enrollment process was a breeze, however, the class enrollment was a big pain. As for the other portion of the question, I'm unsure, because I haven't made it there yet.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I would say that the resources are decent, as I haven't started my program yet, and I have already had some issues with the online enrollment link and being given false codes and being guided to enroll into classes that are no longer offered at the campus, I've also called their student help line and they never had a resolution for me. Hopefully my views will change once classes actually start and I start to use the resources more and more in depth.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: they offer am and pm classes although some classes are restricted to one time of day

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: It really gets you ready to go into a new career field

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