Ivy Tech - Evansville is a public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,467 undergraduate students. Ivy Tech - Evansville alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,900.
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Ivy Tech Community College - Evansville Reviews
I am going onto my second year at Ivy Tech Community College of Evansville, IN. This is a great school for so many reasons. To begin with, the prices of the schooling is un-comparable. The staff always makes sure to help their students that are in need. Ivy Tech is known as having one of the best nursing programs in the United States. It is hard for one to fail a class unless they actually try to fail it; this is because all of the professors go out of their way to make students educations as enjoyable and understandable as possible. The classes are great and well taught by some amazing staff members. I recommend anyone to attend Ivy Tech, no matter what location; there are several spread out in different places. If you are in search of a cheap, easy-going college, even to just get the basic classes out of the way, you won't regret your decision!
Ivy Tech Evansville is a great place to complete general courses. It saved me so much money and most of my teachers were amazing! The reason I did not give it five stars, however, is because of the Ivy Tech Bookstore. Nonetheless, I will say that Ivy Tech is a great place for education. I just finished my freshman year, and I have learned numerous things in just nine months. As a freshman, there is no reason to be nervous. I was beyond nervous for college, but attending here felt like home to me. Choosing Ivy Tech was the best decision I could have made!
So far my experience at Ivy Tech has been rewarding. I have made advancements in my education, I did not see myself being capable of doing! The reasons why are my professors really were supportive and made it known, I am capable and smart. The only issues I have had were with the advising center. It was disappointing when talking to them and hearing one thing about my schedule and then hearing something else another day in email. It has gotten better this second semester, I am just aware that lack of communication is what is needed to be fixed. I expect change because the school over all is great and they are caring about their students education and success.