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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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.32 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.28 responses
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Ivy Tech Community College - Evansville Reviews
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.
Overall, it’s fine for a community college. Some professors put in the effort (they are angels) but others seriously don’t care at all. The advising staff is laughable. They do nothing and will pass you around to other advisors because only 1 of 6 might know how to solve an issue. Communication between departments is non-existent so be prepared to do a lot of footwork if you have to find an answer to a question. I can’t express how incapable the staff can be at times. Double check everything that has to do with your academic progress. They are so over-encumbered and understaffed that you can easily fall between the cracks and end up taking unnecessary classes. I wouldn’t recommend it but honestly they have a monopoly on community colleges in the area so there really isn’t another choice.
Ivy Tech is filled with wonderful students, faculty, and staff. Everyone makes you feel welcome and like they are truly happy you are there. Professors are incredibly encouraging and motivating, and if you plan on transferring to a 4-year institution, they are more than happy to assist you in your journey.