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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.38 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.35 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.35 responses
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Ivy Tech Community College - East Central Reviews
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My experience at Ivy Tech has been a convenience. My family has low income, and Ivy Tech has made it affordable for me to attend college just like I have always wanted since I was a little girl. They care about your life outside of school and make things possible for you and that is great. Not that I have children, but for the people that do they offer multiple online courses and I thank them for making others lives a little easier for people that want to better themselves! The online courses and on campus classes are easy to follow as well as the curriculum. They break your wished degree down so you can understand how to reach your goals by showing you which courses you need to take. When you earn your credits and wish to transfer them, Ivy Tech does it best! Once again they make it easy for you as long as you do your homework and follow directions, life at Ivy Tech is worth living.
I would attend this school again simply because the staff helps you keep your motivation alive! Homework is enough stress, but with the opportunity to have one-on-one help by your instructors college life is not as stressful. I really enjoy Ivy Tech.
My experiences with the professors at Ivy Tech has always been positive. When I walk into class and the instructor always greets his/her students it creates a positive vibe, and provides a sense of a relaxing and laid back environment. As a student, even though I am in college, my professors also keep in mind that we are human and not robots. I personally enjoy the friendly atmosphere that the instructors provide. The class rooms are simple, they are not much different than your average high school classroom, so one could possibly find a little comfort in that aspect of attending class if one was to have anxiety about attending college. The quality of the courses at Ivy Tech are actually pretty good. The instructors teach you things from real world experience and that is a great thing to have at a community college I must say so myself.