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Indiana Institute of Technology - IN



Overview
Institution Name
Indiana Institute of Technology - IN

Address
1600 East Washington Boulevard
Fort Wayne, IN 46803-1228

Liaison Officer
Mr. Scott Thum
Director of Financial Aid
swthum@indianatech.edu
jkroy@indianatech.edu;JAHendryx@IndianaTech.edu; srmorris@indianatech.edu

School URL
http://www.indianatech.edu

In addition to freshmen, will make award offers to transfers and/or to students currently enrolled but not on TE (sophomores, juniors and seniors) for 2022-2023
Tuition amount: Full Tuition
Program: Undergraduate
Pell and other grants
Initial offers will be announced by April 15, 2022.

Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
In May 2022 or no deadline

The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:
41%-60%


Additional Information
About Indiana Tech

Tuition Exchange covers tuition only. However, rental of textbooks is included in our tuition charge.

At Indiana Tech you will find a family atmosphere, small classes and a faculty dedicated to helping you succeed. A college education is more than just textbooks, lectures and exams. At Indiana Tech you will participate in student groups related to your field of study, network with your peers and faculty, and enjoy social, cultural and athletic events.

Indiana Tech is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (N.A.I.A.).

Mission: Indiana Tech provides learners of all ages with career-focused professional education in the areas of business, computer studies, engineering, and other professional concentrations; prepares them for active participation in the complex, global society of the 21st century; and motivates them toward a life of significance and worth.

Indiana Tech has three Colleges, described as such: College of Engineering and Computer Studies: The fundamental mission of the College of Engineering is to provide the individual student with an educational foundation broad enough to support a lifetime of learning, and specific enough to provide the necessary skills for a successful entry into professional life or graduate study in the engineering disciplines and/or computer science.

The engineer of the future will have to function in a global marketplace, driven by technology and ruled by open competition. The College of Engineering recognizes that its fundamental obligation is to provide an engineering education rooted in solid fundamental knowledge, and structured around up-to-date technical skills. However, it must also provide undergraduate students with a liberal humanistic education to help them acquire an understanding of society and their cultural heritage; it must provide them with breadth of knowledge and the sensitivity to weigh ethical and moral issues.

School of Computer Studies: Serious degrees for serious jobs. At Indiana Tech our faculty works hard to make our computer studies degrees valuable by keeping them up to date with the knowledge and skills that are important to business and industry. We specialize in individual attention to meet your program needs. Contact a faculty member now with your questions or for more information.

College of Business: The College of Business at Indiana Tech has as its mission the education of students in specific areas of concentration within the business environment, both profit and nonprofit.

-- Prepare them for positions of responsibility in today's rapidly changing world. -- Provide education in the humanities and social sciences that will contribute to a meaningful life and the making of a well-rounded, truly educated citizen. -- Develop graduates who are able to communicate through oral and written means on all organizational or societal levels.

College of General Studies: The College of General Studies at Indiana Tech has as its mission the general education of students in specific concentrations. The general education courses:

-- Prepare them for positions of responsibility in today's rapidly changing world. -- Provide education in the humanities and social sciences that will contribute to a meaningful life and the making of a well-rounded, truly educated citizen. -- Develop graduates who are able to communicate through oral and written means on all organizational or societal levels.

Upon graduation, the student should be employable in their majors and equipped with the tools needed for life-long learning. The college provides a number of programs which prepare students for associates and bachelor's degrees in service to society

In addition, Indiana Tech has the College of Professional Studies Attend classes once a week at one of our satellite campuses , take online courses, or do both to work around your schedule and preferred learning style. .





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