Ivy Tech Madison begins classes March 23


Ivy Tech is still offering free books and tuition to all students

In 2019, Ivy Tech Community College introduced eight-week courses, a quick step up from the standard 16-week model. The eight-week course model has expanded since its launch and has led to a higher overall student pass rate.

With eight-week courses, there are more opportunities to become a student at Ivy Tech Madison. These additional start dates in March and October give students faster access to courses and graduation.

Ivy Tech Madison is currently enrolling students to begin classes March 23, 2022. The college encourages interested individuals to apply now to be ready to begin classes in March. Classes are offered in person, online and virtually.

Interested students can visit IvyTech.edu/apply-now to begin the application process. Applications to Ivy Tech are free and valid for two years. There is also still time to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid 2021-2022 (FAFSA). If assistance with the registration process is needed, students are encouraged to contact the registration coaches at Ivy Tech Madison as soon as possible by calling 812-265-2580 or emailing [email protected]

With the College’s Ivy+ approach to tuition, tuition has been frozen and all required textbooks are free for the 2021-2022 school year and the 2022-2023 school year. Ivy+ also includes a flat tuition rate for students enrolled full-time in 12 or more credit hours, which means students can take 13, 14, 15 or more credits and graduate faster at no additional cost.

About Ivy Tech Community College

Ivy Tech Community College serves Indiana communities, providing world-class education and driving economic transformation. It is the largest public post-secondary institution in the state and the largest system of accredited community colleges statewide. It serves as the state’s workforce development engine, offering high-value curricula and training that are aligned with the needs of its communities, as well as courses and programs that are transferred to other Indiana colleges and universities. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.

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