Ivy Tech Community College and the University of Indianapolis have signed a credit transfer agreement that will make it easier for students to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Purdue University Northwest in partnership with the Indiana Bankers Association, is launching a new banking concentration program for undergraduate students majoring in finance this fall.
Seeds of entrepreneurship can be planted early but might not include a college education It’s 10:30 p.m., and I’m exhausted. When I try to sleep, I find myself thinking about the next day’s commute into downtown Chicago. Every day I wondered why I spent so much time and money to earn a college degree—so that […]
Fewer Indiana high school graduates are pursuing a college education but more students are taking advanced placement and dual credit courses suggesting they are better prepared for college, according to a new state report.
Ivy Tech Community College is among a small group of schools nationally selected for the Scaling Up Community College Efforts for Student Success program.
A new survey has found 85 percent of recent graduates from 12 Indiana public and private colleges say they were either satisfied or extremely satisfied with they education they received. The result from the second Gallup-Indiana Graduate Satisfaction Survey was released Aug. 9 by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. With funding support from Strada […]
INDIANAPOLIS — Ivy Tech Community College’s program to help at-risk students earn a college education is experiencing success. The college said during its 2017-18 academic year, its Associate Accelerated Program logged a 90 percent student retention rate, which means 154 students were able to earn an associate degree in less than one year’s time. This […]