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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.24 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.20 responses
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Ivy Tech Community College - Columbus Reviews
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Ivy Tech is a great school for anybody whether you are looking to just start your prerequisites or get an associates program, they offer something for everyone. I started my path here at Ivy Tech to do my prerequisites and ended up staying to obtain an associates degree. The classes are small and teachers are very attentive. You need them day or night and they are there to help! The only thing I would change during my experience here would be the advising I received. My counselors were very nice, I just wish I would have had longer with them to talk about options. I also would have liked for them to discuss in more detail the process and what my long term goals for classes and graduating would look like.
Ivy Tech has been like a second home to me. I have never once felt out of place there. Everyone is so nice and comforting. My experience has been great. I chose this school because it had the exact degree that I wanted. The Surgical Technology program there is one of the best. The teacher that teaches it is the best teacher I've had since kindergarten. They have great extracurricular activities and plan special event throught the year to try and get students involved. I would recommend this college to anyone and everyone!
I originally came in to receive a teaching degree. After meeting with a career counselor, she suggested I check out the Visual Communication department before I made a final decision. I'm so glad I did! That department is a hidden gem in our community. I changed my path because of it. I have had one course in a classroom and just finished one on-line. Both great experiences and fit my schedule. I would definitely choose this academic course, at Ivy Tech in Columbus, if I had to do it all over because of the convenience, the variety of classes and times, and because of their outstanding Vis Comm department.