|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Ivy Tech Community College-Wabash Valley Students||0%||12%||73%||15%||0%||0%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||0%||22%||36%||25%||0%||0%||0%|
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100% of students
I am not an average student. I have been living on my own and supporting myself. I decided to stay local and instead of a more expensive college, I went with Ivy Tech. We touched base, one on one, to talk about my needs, the days I work, and what best fits my schedule. My advisor hand-tailored a schedule that worked with my work and home life. I take courses that allow me to work from home instead of commuting. Honestly, if you're looking for a flexible and easily navigatable environment, I'd highly recommend it. Not to mention, I have no student debt or loans to pay off.
I don't have a lot of qualms. It's not a big issue, but because I am a remote learner, there are a lot fewer student activities. Though the ones they do have usually offer free food, swag, and giveaways.
IvyTech is supported by our community. It was the reason I chose it when deciding to go to college. I do not spend much time at the main campus as my courses are located at an off-site location. When I have been to the main campus it is generally easy to navigate and very clean. The staff is friendly and if you need help they are there. The nursing program hosts its classes in another building. Again, it has been a wonderful experience so far.
I’m sure there are some things that could be negative but I personally have not had any to think about. I get excited to go to school every day and utilize the resources that are available to insure my success.
I love the online classes! Easy to do anywhere!
Nothing. The classes on campus are nice but I love the online option!