Many teachers don't care at all. There are only a couple teachers (in my experience) that actually care about the students. If there aren't enough teachers to fill the spots, they pull adjuncts who aren't even educated in that subject to teach the class. I think Ivy Tech is a good stepping stone for others who want to further their education, but sometimes we are treated like we are non-traditional students in a negative way. I'd say it's kind of a generic school and there's lots of drama among staff members and departments, but if the student is willing to work really hard and sometimes deal with a bunch of "crap" in order to do what they need to do, then the school could be beneficial to them. The school mostly only cares about the nursing program. It's somewhat exhausting to deal with everything and get through the maze, and I think that's why lots of students complain. They aren't willing to work hard enough. If a students needs someone to hold their hands and make it easy on them, this isn't the right school.