Ivy Tech Community College Classes Start August 18

Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 9:08 AM

By Ivy Tech Community College, news release

Hundreds of 16 and 8-week classes are available.

(INDIANAPOLIS) - Ivy Tech Community College will offer its fall semester courses starting Wednesday, August 18 across its statewide campuses in-person* and online. Hundreds of 16 and 8-week classes are available including through Learn Anywhere, a course delivery method that allows students to choose week-to-week if they will attend class in-person or online. 

With the College’s new approach to tuition, Ivy+, the cost of tuition has been frozen and all required textbooks will be FREE for the 2021-2022 academic school year. Ivy+ also includes a flat tuition rate for students enrolled full-time in 12 or more credit hours, meaning students can take 13, 14, 15, or more credits and graduate faster at no extra cost.

The Community College offers the most career-focused programs and graduates earn 12 percent more than the state average just one year after graduation. Partnering with employers and colleges, Ivy Tech serves prospective students whether they are working toward a certificate to join the workforce quickly, credits that easily transfer to four-year universities, or an associate degree that guarantees their admission to schools throughout Indiana. 

Ivy Tech will start its next term of eight-week courses on October 20 and registration is currently open for those classes.

*Ivy Tech currently requires the use of a mask or face covering inside our buildings for all individuals (vaccinated or unvaccinated). For more information on our mask policy go to IvyTech.edu/covid19.

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