College Goal Sunday at Ivy Tech Indianapolis and Plainfield will help students and families file the FAFSA on February 27

Participating students will be entered in a drawing to win one of five $1,000 scholarships 

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – On Sunday, February 27, from 2 – 4 p.m., financial aid professionals will be volunteering at two Ivy Tech Indianapolis Service Area locations to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid during College Goal Sunday. 

  • Ivy Tech downtown campus – North Meridian Center: 50 W. Fall Creek Parkway, North Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46208. First floor in the Express Enrollment Center. Parking and entrance off West 26th Street (at corner of Illinois St. and 26th St.) – REGISTER HERE
  • Ivy Tech Plainfield location – MADE@Plainfield: 1610 Reeves Road, Plainfield, IN 46168. Second floor. Parking and entrance are across the street from Plainfield High School.  – REGISTER HERE
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Ivy Tech Indianapolis Campus Board of Trustees Official Notice of Meeting




Notice is hereby given that the Campus Board of Trustees for the Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis Service Area will be holding the following meeting at the Indianapolis Campus, 2535 Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46208. 

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Brownsburg Health Care Center seeks to help fill nursing workforce gaps, donates $45,000 to Ivy Tech Indianapolis nursing program

On Tuesday, February 8, the Brownsburg Health Care Center (BHCC) celebrated its new clinical site partnership with Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis during a check presentation ceremony. During this event, held at the Ivy Tech Lawrence campus, which houses Nursing and Health Sciences, BHCC presented a check for $45,000 dedicated to student scholarships.

“We are so grateful to our partners at the Brownsburg Health Care Center for their generous gift in support of our students,” said Dr. Lorenzo Esters, chancellor of Ivy Tech Indianapolis. “This gift is imperative to Ivy Tech’s mission to increase the number of students in the program to meet state demand.”

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