Ivy Tech Community College Announces Start of Fall Semester

Monday, August 22nd, 2022 10:24am

By Ivy Tech Community College, news release

The next eight-week term begins October 24.

INDIANAPOLIS - Ivy Tech Community College kicks off its fall semester today with the first 8-week course term.   

The College is offering free textbooks for this academic year and offers over 70 programs in-person and online.

Students who wish to enroll in Ivy Tech are able to do so every eight weeks. The next eight-week term begins October 24 and students are encouraged to enroll today for the second eight-week term.

“At Ivy Tech, the goal isn’t graduation day, it’s a better every day after,” said Dr. Sue Ellspermann, President of Ivy Tech. “As we welcome this year’s incoming students, I look forward to seeing how their journey at Ivy Tech will better equip them for a high-wage, high-demand job that translates into long-term success and economic prosperity for our state.”

The State of Indiana provides free tuition at Ivy Tech for a number of programs through the Next Level Jobs program. Through this program, students can enroll in high-demand fields including IT, healthcare, building and construction, advanced manufacturing, business, and transportation and logistics.

Enroll at Ivy Tech today by visiting www.ivytech.edu.

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