Ivy Tech - Bloomington is a public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,839 undergraduate students. Ivy Tech - Bloomington alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,100.
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Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington Reviews
Overall, I had a great experience at Ivy Tech - Bloomington! Most of the professors were great and were completely focused on helping each individual student pursue success. One of the greatest professors I will ever have was my philosophy professor there. The environment was clean and safe. I would recommend this campus to anyone, especially considering the price!
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!
With the Bloomington campus, I like how interactive the teachers are with the students and their willingness to help. No matter the circumstances, the teachers are very understanding and will help in any way possible in order for you to succeed. However, I would change the student loan policy due to private loans being rarely accepted. Changing the requirements for student loans would further allow more students to attend and afford college. With more students attending college, the better chances they will have when carrying their course applications into the job market.