Now That You're Admitted...
Warmest congratulations to all of our admitted students.
We can’t wait to welcome those of you who have already committed to attending Indiana Tech once you get on campus! If you're still considering various choices, we encourage you to further explore what your life would be like here. Explore our degrees, campus events, and be sure you come for a campus visit if you haven't done so already.
Indiana Tech is a place where you'll realize how much potential lies ahead of you from the moment you arrive on campus. Our faculty will present opportunities for you to challenge yourself and your goals, our career services department will get you prepared for the working world, and our campus life activities and events that take place on and off-campus will keep you entertained between and after classes. Overall, we hope that you enjoy the powerful sense of pride for which Indiana Tech students are known.
Your next steps
Now that you have been admitted to Indiana Tech, there are a few steps left to take before you can start attending classes.
Step 1: Apply for and accept your financial aid.
Step 2: Turn in your tuition and housing deposits.
- Paying your $100 tuition deposit will enable you to register for classes and continue through the process.
- If you are planning on living on campus you must also pay your $350 housing deposit and turn in a housing application.
- You can pay your tuition deposit online or over the phone using a credit or debit card please call 800.937.2448, ext. 3103.
- For more housing information please click here.
Step 3: Register for classes.
Once you have paid your tuition deposit you will be able to register for your classes. We hold several registration events throughout the year. Just remember, registering early will enable you to get the classes you need at the times you want. To register for a registration event visit our event registration page or call 800.937.2448, ext. 3103.
In order to register you will take a math placement exam unless you are transferring in college math credit. A practice booklet is available for students who wish to practice for this exam.
Step 4: Get financially cleared.
Clearing means completing and turning in your final paperwork. More information can be found on our clearing page.
Step 5: Go to class.
Congratulations, you've done everything you need to do and can start going to classes.