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Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana

3 Reviews

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0% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $5,943

Accreditation: Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana is acredited by 7 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana

Certificate Degrees

Precision Metal Working $5,373 $35,124 59
Business Administration, Management and Operations $8,500 $32,139 41

Associate's Degrees

Precision Metal Working Not Reported $55,053 98
Business Administration, Management and Operations $11,382 $31,370 57
Computer and Information Sciences, General $11,098 $33,813 54
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $9,500 $24,291 48
Accounting and Related Services $14,616 $30,990 48
Criminal Justice and Corrections $10,000 $29,998 43

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Reviewed: 8/24/2022

Degree: Software Engineering

They will repeatedly lie to you during enrollment. Nobody has any answers for you once you are enrolled. They just redirect you to someone else who redirects you to someone else until you hit a dead link and have to start over. Their courses take far more time than they advertise. In Math 136 they claim 12 hours a week total. The homework and quizzes alone will run you 24 hours. Studying is on top of that. Yet, they seem confused why the dropout rate js so high. Expect them to try to push you into... Read More


Reviewed: 7/11/2022

Degree: Liberal Arts

I am thankful for Ivy Tech simply because it is cheap. It was a nightmare trying to apply and register for my classes, since I could not figure out the website and my academic advisor was not helpful. I have had struggles with several of my teachers, and the education is decent but not wonderful. Additionally, I had a teacher tell me that a religious document I used in a reflection paper was not a scientific or historic document, although it is. She also told me that I could not include my beliefs... Read More


Reviewed: 6/27/2022

Degree: Nutrition

I was taking a course online over the summer. I am a usual student of Purdue University West Lafayette, and was expected to at least have my basic needs met by this course. After trying to contact multiple people over a course of weeks about my late registration I was finally given contact and allowed in. After that, when having a problem using the code that was provided to me by my professor and clearly stating I had read the syllabus and understood what was supposed to happen but it wasn't working-... Read More