Ivy Tech Northeast to support displaced ITT students seeking transfer, completion options with Sept. 23-24 events

With the recent closing of ITT Technical Institute and many students in our community directly impacted as they work toward a college degree, Ivy Tech Community College Northeast will be hosting two events next week for students seeking transfer and completion options.

Friday, September 23
At Ivy Tech Northeast’s Student Life Center
North Campus, 3701 Dean Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46835
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Info sessions scheduled at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m.

Saturday, September 24
At Ivy Tech Northeast’s Student Life Center
North Campus, 3701 Dean Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46835
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Info sessions scheduled at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and Noon

Information sessions will last 15 minutes with a time for questions at the end. The session will cover options for credit review, financial aid support opportunities, and enrollment information.

Following each information session:

  • Academic programs will host breakout sessions in order for students to speak with individuals in their program of study.
  • Financial Aid and enrollment specialists will be on-hand to help students who would like to enroll the same day.
  • Academic advisors will be available to meet with students.
  • Testing Center will be available, as necessary.

If individuals previously attended Ivy Tech Community College and currently have a balance due with the College, relief options may be available to help support them. Certain fees for the testing out of courses may be eligible for waiver.

To RSVP for one of these events, go to bit.ly/itt2ivy or call 260-480-4268.

For additional information ITT students can go online at IvyTech.edu/itt.

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