Ivy Tech Community College Evansville is planning an enrollment event designed to make it easier for potential and continuing students to get enrolled for fall classes.
Enroll ‘N Go, planned for June 23 and 24, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. each day, will allow students to come by campus, where everything they need to do will be located in one area. After signing in, students will be texted when it is time to get started. Advisors, Enrollment Center staff, and program chairs of the college will be on hand to assist students.
Enrolling now, helps to ensure students can get the classes they need, at the times and course delivery methods they prefer. Ivy Tech will have in-person classes this fall, as well as the flexibility of online, virtual, and the Learn Anywhere options, which combines all three as needed. Fall semester begins August 18.
Plus, starting this fall, Ivy Tech becomes one of the first schools in Indiana and first community colleges in the country to adopt a new tuition model, Ivy+, which focuses on ensuring students have equitable access, transparency of cost and a seamless experience.
Ivy+ transforms the tuition structure by including required course materials, such as textbooks, as a regularly assessed fee. Ivy+ will also charge the same tuition rate for full-time students enrolled in 12 or more credits. If a student takes 12 credits, 15 or even 24 credits in a given term, the cost of tuition will be the same for the student. Part-time students will see their tuition frozen for the next two years and will continue to pay per credit hour.
As part of the Ivy+ rollout, Ivy Tech will cover the cost of textbooks for students in 2021-2022 through the federal government’s Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF).
Enroll ‘N Go Dates:
- Wednesday, July 23, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.: School of Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering & Applied Science; School of Arts, Science and Education, and the Frank L. Hilton MD School of Health Sciences
- Wednesday, June 24, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.: School of Business, Logistics & Supply Chain; School of Arts, Science, and Education, and School of Public Affairs & Social Services; and Information Technology
For additional information, call 812-429-1435.