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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.29 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.28 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.26 responses
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Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington Reviews
My experience at Ivy Tech has been an overall great experience. There were a few times where it was challenging to meet with my adviser, because the advising hours are so specific. And, there were a few professors who had some extra rigorous homework assignments, more so than necessary. But there are many resources open to Ivy Tech students, and a great campus atmosphere including diverse and enriching activities. Not to mention a wide variety of majors and classes to choose from!
Ivy Tech is caters to lower class working students who cannot bend to a regular college schedule. For this reason Ivy Tech offers a wide variety of class times and locations. This is convenient but the college is not fantastic overall. With second choice teachers and higher student volumes, it is hard to get personalized care. Some teachers are fantastic and put real care into their students whereas other teachers are short and do not even bother to update assignment due dates or inform students of tests. Receiving an excellent eduction can be hit or miss but a degree is always available.
Last year at this time, I was preparing to graduate High School. A few days ago, I graduated with an Associate of Science degree in Liberal Arts from the ASAP program provided through Ivy Tech in Bloomington, Indiana. The program required a lot of discipline, a lot of hard word, some late nights, but, at the same time, provided a lot of consistency and the right amount of support. When it came to finances, the school worked with me to find the money I needed to attend, allowing me to finish without any student loans. In a huge part, thanks to Ivy Tech's accelerated program, I've been accepted at Indiana University where I will pursue a degree in Criminal Justice and will finish college a year earlier than originally planned. Allow it to be said that I am grateful to Ivy Tech and to each and every person responsible for making ASAP the opportunity that it is.