October 12, 2011
Fort Wayne, Ind. –Indiana Tech will celebrate the opening of its new location in Warsaw with a building dedication and open house on October 24.
Indiana Tech’s College of Professional Studies moved from its six-year-old facility on North Point Drive to a more visible, accessible location at 2928 Frontage Road in late August. The new site is larger, growing from about 4,300 square feet to about 7,000 square feet. The additional space was needed not only to accommodate an overall enrollment increase, but also to meet the needs of the extremely successful industrial and manufacturing engineering (IME) program in which several classes meet twice a week.
The previous facility in Warsaw had four classrooms, with one equipped as a desktop computer lab. The new Frontage Road facility has five classrooms, two of them equipped as desktop computer labs. The site also has its own chemistry and physics equipment plus a six-laptop portable computer lab for the engineering students. The technology in all of the classrooms has been upgraded to include ceiling mounted projectors, enabling instructors to more easily incorporate multimedia teaching tools.
For information on enrolling at the Warsaw campus, contact Enrollment Manager Jeri Burkhart at JLBurkhart@IndianaTech.edu or 574.268.9707.
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2:30 to 4:30 p.m.Monday, Oct. 24