COLUMBUS – Ivy Tech Community College-Columbus is adding 37 courses to its fall menu in order to accommodate demand. Although building utilization is high, an effort has been made to fill every spot possible in the five buildings in which Ivy Tech classes are offered—the main campus, the Columbus Learning Center, the Advanced Manufacturing Institute, the LHP building, and the soon-to-be-dedicated Advanced Manufacturing Center for Excellence.
Registration is on-going for both the summer and fall semesters. Early registration is encouraged. Specific days and times during which these courses will be offered may be found by accessing Ivy Tech’s new interactive class schedule at www.ivytech.edu/columbus and selecting the 2011 Electronic Summer or Fall Class Schedule. A listing of classes in which a student is particularly interested may be downloaded for personal use in registering for classes.
About Ivy Tech Community College
Ivy Tech Community College is the state’s largest public postsecondary institution; it has 23 campuses within 14 regions throughout the State of Indiana and serves nearly 200,000 students annually. The Ivy Tech-Columbus Region includes the six counties of Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jennings, and the southern portion of Johnson. More than 6,700 students are enrolled in its 23 academic programs within the Schools of Business, Education, Fine Arts & Design, Technology, Liberal Arts, Health Sciences, Public & Social Services, and Nursing. The Department of Workforce & Economic Development, which works in partnership with business and industry, serves over 1,500 students annually.