Overall, Ivy tech community college for East Central is a great college to go to. I love how close we get to interact with our teachers. Whereas at a 4 year college you dont have that one on one time. I like how the class sizes are. I do wish there was more degree options at the Marion Campus. I have to drive 40 minutes to do a LPN program because they do not offer it at my closest campus
I believe the school is a fantastic start before going to a traditional four year university. Classes are affordable, the financial aid department is very skilled in helping you get FAFSA (if applicable to you), teachers are mostly helpful, class sizes are smaller than typical four year institutions, and the opportunities are boundless.
It is a community college that doesn't offer on campus housing. Has some great professors and some not so great- it's a matter of asking around and looking them up to find out what you are getting. Class size is relatively small so professors are more readily available than they are at a bigger school. It is the most affordable option in this area, and there is likely to be an Ivy Tech campus near you if you live in Indiana.
Hi, my name is Regan. I am 26 years old and I have two boys ages 10 and 6. If I receive this scholarship it would help us greatly. This would give them a better opportunity for a bright future. I want to be able to show how I can work and go to school to be able to provide for them and myself without struggling for us financially. It is my goal to be the best I can be professionally and living up to my dreams for my children.
I choose Ivy tech for my school for the fact I have heard great things about their school. Lots of involvement with study groups and activities to help you reach your goal in whatever degree you are wanting. So far, I have had a lot of help with the very sweet faculty at Ivy Tech. with all my questions and concerns, starting school as an undergraduate. I like how Ivy Tech. will help you along the way.
My goal is to become a nurse. When I ask 14 I lived with my grandmother (my memaw) being sick with lung cancer. It was always me and her growing up and she took care of me, so I gave it my all. I dealt with the doctors, I helped with administering her medication and loving her while she was trying to get better. This is where I want to be, I have never been so happy that Ivy Tech. is giving me this opportunity to fulfilling my dreams.
I want to give people a nurse that is in this career for the passion of the job. Sometimes people like the fact of how much money you are making, and they are money motivated. I am not I would do this for nothing, just to know that I have helped one person feel better or to be able to comfort them during their agony. I want that every day! Honestly once my children are older, I wouldn’t mind even traveling to different countries and helping the poverty. I feel like we aren’t in touch enough to know what true sickness looks like. No doubt would that be an experience of a lifetime.
When I was 15 my memaw pass away, leaving me on my own. I was young and had a lot of dumb ideas of how I knew everything. Haha don’t we all
It is a great school to attend. I love how you can move at your own pace so that you can achieve and get to where you need to be.
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