September 12, 2013
Fort Wayne, Ind. — Indiana Tech’s enrollment continues to soar, reaching total enrollment of 8,146 for fall 2013. This is a 16.2% increase from fall 2012.
“We have been very fortunate to serve more and more students each year,” said Dr. Arthur E. Snyder, Indiana Tech president. “But we never take that growth for granted. Our success depends on providing a high-quality education that gives our students a foundation for career success.”
Indiana Tech’s total enrollment includes traditional young adult undergraduate students at the Fort Wayne campus; mid-career learners of all ages in undergraduate and graduate programs at campuses throughout Indiana and Kentucky; online undergraduate and graduate students; Ph.D. students in a blended online/classroom program; and law students at the Fort Wayne campus.
“Providing relevant degree programs, from associate to doctoral level, in ways that fit our students’ needs and desires will help us thrive for many years to come,” Snyder said. “Our faculty and staff have proven to be tremendous innovators not only in their approach to education, but in the types of programs we offer. Students who come to Indiana Tech today will be well-prepared for the careers of today and tomorrow.”
In addition to the Fort Wayne campus, Indiana Tech also has campuses in Elkhart, Evansville, Fishers, Greenwood, Huntington, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Kendallville, Louisville, Mishawaka, Munster, Northern Kentucky, Plainfield, and Warsaw as well as extensive online programs.
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