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March 14, 2014

Ivy Tech opening fall registration Saturday

INDIANAPOLIS — Ivy Tech Community College will begin fall registration Saturday, March 15.

The registration period is for all campuses statewide, according to a press release. Classes fill on a first-come, first-serve basis, so prompt registration is highly recommended in order to get the top choice of classes and schedule for each student.

Current students can register online through their Campus Connect account, and future students wishing to apply can do so by visiting ivytech.edu/apply-now.

Guest students who wish to earn credits at Ivy Tech that would then transfer back to a home university are also eligible to register at this time. More information can be found at ivytech.edu/guest.

This year, Ivy Tech has more than $6 million in scholarship money and student aid available to help fund the cost of college tuition. Last year, Ivy Tech distributed $4.5 million in college scholarships, as well as $2.1 million that was provided by the Ivy Tech Foundation. For more information about the scholarship opportunities available and how to apply, students can visit ivytech.edu/scholarships.

The local Ivy Tech campus is located in Sellersburg, just off of Interstate 65 at exit 9.

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