Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington Reviews
Tottering is available when you need extra help with understanding difficult subjects , counselors help with selecting subjects to take if you are unsure of the ones needed to take . The college is in a good location to feel safe coming and going .
I have mostly had a great experience with my teachers and professors, there has only been two occurrences where the teacher was not the best and could use more understanding/ explaining when it came to the course.
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.
Ivy Tech has been so helpful with my transition to USI and getting me all the credits I need for my program.
Great, welcoming atmosphere with an easy to maneuver campus. People from all walks of life attend, and you get a lot of diverse culture.
I feel as though I’m getting a very good education for the cost. I like the fact that it’s one building vs a huge campus. I’m a freshman and plan to get my 2 yr degree in criminal justice. Its been a very good experience so far.
I enjoy Ivy Tech Community College. It is good for money and teachers do a very good job of teaching the class. They also do a good job helping students outside of class.
They provide a unique program that partners with Indiana University- Bloomington that allows students to take classes at Ivy Tech in order to ensure a direct transfer into IU after a semester or full year. The teachers are very personal and care about the students success.
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.
I have attended Ivy Tech Community College, Bloomington Indiana campus for a short period of time. I have had nothing but positive experiences so far. All the teachers, staff, and students have been very open to communication, understanding, and helpful. I have enjoyed my learning experience here. I would recommend this college to anyone, and also have thought about attending here after I receive my Associates degree to further my education. The cost isn't outrageous, the location is great for me, and I have learned so much in the little time I have attended.
Ivy Tech is an excellent community college enabling students to gain credits for less money to reach their overall career goal! And all staff members are always there to help with whatever your need may be from financial help to employment opportunities.
The school is very flexible with scheduling and there are many times available to take the same class. I enjoy not having to work about that too much. I had the chance to transfer some credits from high school to college and Ivy Tech made that really easy!
I do not know much about the post grad services, but I do know that a lot of my classes are supposed to be able to transfer with will help a lot!
I find the online courses to be more difficult simply because I forget to do things. The workload is normally the same, but I just do better with face-to-face classes. However, peer-to-peer interaction seems to be easier online because you do not have to actually talk to somebody if you have to say something negative.
The classes are great. The workload is moderate. I work a part-time job along with attending classes full time so it can seem overwhelming at times.
I am not sure about all of this!
The classes and the teachers have been interesting. I have enjoyed my experience at Ivy Tech so far!
I like the flexibility of the online classes.
I like that I can do the work in my time, as long as the assignments are turned in on time. I work and am busy so online is a great alternative for me. The workload has been a little much this summer, as they are 16 week courses done in 8 weeks. I think it is only much for me; because of: age, computer experience, and the time since I was last in school.
The professors have been excellent helping me adjust. They do not complain about what I am sure are silly questions. They understand I am an older student coming back to school and is taking a bit to get back into the swing of things.