Guidance Counselors & Parents
One of the primary things parents and guidance counselors look at in helping students select a college is the quality of the education students and attention students are likely to receive at the institution. Indiana Tech provides all of our students with a quality education along with the attention they need to help them succeed inside and outside the classroom.
Early Start Program
High school juniors and seniors can take discounted college classes for credit at a rate of $225 per class. Students who qualify to receive free and reduced-lunches may be eligible for an Early Start grant to cover the cost of tuition. » Learn about our Early Start Program.
Financial aid and scholarships
Students attending Indiana Tech may be eligible to receive academic scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $11,000 a year. Engineering and Computer Sciences Scholarships, valued at $13,000, and four full-tuition Presidential Scholarships are also available for students who meet specified requirements.
Additional funds in the form of grants, student loans, and work study are also available for those students who qualify. Students can calculate their academic scholarship and estimated financial aid by using our early estimate calculators.
Counselor Connection newsletter
In an effort to keep you up-to-date and informed on what is happening at Indiana Tech, the admissions office publishes a newsletter three times a year. If you would like to receive this newsletter by email, please contact Kurtis King at email@example.com.
Our campus offers six student housing facilities for students to choose from. Freshmen students usually reside in the suite-style Pierson Center, while sophomores, juniors and seniors can apply for housing in the apartment-style Evans-Kimmell Hall, Oropeza Hall, Yergens-Rogers Hall, Kalbfleisch Hall, or Warrior Row.