Ivy Tech - South Central is a public college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,941 undergraduate students. Ivy Tech - South Central alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,800.
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Ivy Tech Community College - South Central Reviews
I would recommend Ivy Tech, especially the Sellersburg campus, to anyone. Personally, I am taking classes for a visual communications degree, and there have been minor issues concerning varying coursework between classes. Some visual communications classes have not prepared me, and some other students, for 200-level courses. The Sellersburg campus is the best Ivy Tech campus, in my opinion, out of four I have visited.
Like all schools there are bad porofessors and good ones. So far I have lucked out with a majority being good. The teachers are so helpful when you speak up and actually confess to having problems. They're more than willing to work with you on whatever inconviences may have ufolded. The classrooms are small compared to Universities and even other community colleges, but I found I do do better when I'm located in smaller classrooms. The average size at Ivy Tech seems to be around the number 24.
The ASN Nursing program is certainly hard to get into!! It must be that way though, and I'm glad it is. It's just as competitive, if not more, than the Universities. We do clinicals at the same hospitals, learn the same materials. The teachers are all nurses- great ones, too. The cost is affordable for an associate's education. Workload is hard but that's nursing for ya! Sellersburg specifically includes a new facility and about the best clinical experiences you can get (out of all the ivy tech campuses.) -imo.