Indiana Tech is a private, independent, and non-denominational university. We provide learners of all ages with a career-focused, professional education in the areas of business, computer studies, engineering, criminal sciences, and general studies. We prepare students for active participation in the complex, global society of the 21st century, and we motivate them toward a life of significance and worth.
Where we are
Located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, we are part of a growing city in northeast Indiana of more than 250,000 residents. This city is home to a wide variety of arts, entertainment, dining, shopping, sports, outdoor activities, and cultural and religious organizations.
Our school is built on a growing and lively 42-acre campus just east of downtown Fort Wayne. Our student center offers a bowling alley, movie theater, dining hall, and a recreation center. An outdoor amphitheater is used for concerts, presentations, and lectures. There also is a wellness center and many sports facilities for our intercollegiate and intracollegiate sports teams. We have several residence halls, so many of our students live on campus.
We have more than 30 student clubs and organizations on campus, each planning frequent activities. For instance, each week we host Wicked Wednesday events — games, parties, trips, and more. Want to get off campus a bit? There’s plenty to do in Fort Wayne, like catch a Komets hockey game or Tin Caps baseball game. On the weekends, many of our students like to hit the road to Chicago, Indianapolis, Lake Michigan, or anywhere else close by.
For more information on student life at Indiana Tech, visit the student life web site.
About 1,100 students are enrolled in our traditional day school. Our College of Professional Studies has about 4,000 students enrolled at our three main campuses (Fort Wayne, Elkhart and Indianapolis) and additional locations throughout Indiana, as well as those who are enrolled in our online education program.
Indiana Tech’s students come from around the globe, including Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. We have a diverse group of cultures, personalities, and ethnicities on our campus, which helps our students broaden their horizons.
We are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The mechanical and electrical engineering programs are accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
Financial aid and scholarships
Nearly 93% of Indiana Tech students receive financial assistance through some combination of merit and/or need-based scholarships, grants, loans, and federal programs.
For more information on financial aid and scholarships, visit our financial aid web site.
We have numerous intercollegiate programs and over a dozen intramural sports and activities. Not an athlete? Cheer in the stands with Tech Support (that’s what we call our super fans). Indiana Tech competes at the NAIA level in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference.
For more information on the Warrior athletic program, visit the athletics web site.