Making Memories Since 1930
Since its beginning in 1930, Indiana Tech, then known as Indiana Technical College, has enrolled and graduated students from all walks of life. Our students have gone on to create their stories about the experiences they had while here, reflect on those memories, and appreciate how their time at Tech helped them achieve their goals.
There is no question that a lot has changed since 1930, and it’s enjoyable to take a look back through the decades. We invite you to take a look around, and don't forget to update your info share your stories with us!
The Indiana Tech yearbook, known as the Kekiongan, was published from 1949 until 1976. Although Tech yearbooks are no longer published, the memories captured in past issues live on.
Whether you were a student while one of these yearbooks was published or just want to reflect on the past, we invite you to take an enjoyable stroll through the pages of these interesting books!
Special thanks to E-Yearbook.com
The alumni and creative services departments would like to recognize E-Yearbook.com for providing digital copies of the university's collection of yearbooks, the Kekiongan. With their help we are able to use the files given to us that allow our alumni and friends to view yearbooks online in a new and dynamic way.
About E-Yearbook.com: E-Yearbook.com helps schools digitize their yearbook archives. If you are with a high school or university/college and wish to have your yearbooks scanned, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The history of Indiana Tech
If you're interested in learning more about the roots of Indiana Tech, feel free to visit the official university history page. You can also contact the alumni office on how to obtain publications about the history of the university and Fort Wayne.
Update your info, share your stories
Let's not be strangers! Make sure you update your info with our office so we can keep you informed as to what's happening at the university and special events that we would love to see you attend.
Can't make it to campus for a visit? No problem. You can also keep up to date on the latest happenings by reading our featured stories and Trends (the official university magazine) and by connecting with us through social media.