“Leave It To Beaver” icon will speak at commencement in May

February 9, 2016

American television icon, Jerry Mathers, better known as The Beaver from the late-50s/early-60s television series “Leave It To Beaver,” will be the speaker for Indiana Tech’s commencement at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, May 14, at 10:30 a.m. Mathers entered the hearts and homes of America in 1957 as Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver. An Read More…


Tech recognized for its quality health care informatics degree program

January 27, 2016

Indiana Tech has been recognized by Best College Reviews for having one of the 25 Best Online Bachelors in Health Informatics Degree Programs. Indiana Tech’s Bachelor of Science in health care informatics was accredited in October by The Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM), a Chicago-based organization that accredits higher Read More…


Proceeds from Jan. 27 hoops doubleheader go to Coaches vs. Cancer

January 24, 2016

Proceeds from the Wednesday, Jan 27, men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader will go to the Coaches vs. Cancer program, a nationwide collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches. So, while you are supporting your red-hot Warriors squads vs. Siena Heights on Wednesday, you’ll be supporting Coaches vs. Cancer in Read More…


Indiana Tech is proud to team up with Start Fort Wayne

January 22, 2016

Tuesday, Jan 26, was a rousing beginning for Start Fort Wayne, a new not-for-profit whose mission is to build a thriving and active entrepreneur community in the Fort Wayne region. Indiana Tech is a proud supporter of Start Fort Wayne, and Executive Director of the Center for Creative Collaboration, Mark Richter, is a member of Read More…


Career Center and Tech’s GSA chapter team up for presentation

January 20, 2016

The Indiana Tech Career Center, in conjunction with Indiana Tech’s chapter of the Gay/Straight Alliance, is proud to sponsor “OUT at Work: Legal and Practical Considerations for LGBTQ Employees.” The event is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 3, at noon in the Seitz Conference Center inside Andorfer Commons on Indiana Tech’s Fort Wayne campus. This free Read More…


College of General Studies adds a B.S. in child development

January 11, 2016

Indiana Tech will begin offering a Bachelor of Science in child development this fall at the Fort Wayne campus and online. This degree is for those inspired to become an advocate for children, such as a preschool or child care center director, a social or community services manager or a child protective services worker. Students Read More…


Indiana Tech announces two new scholarship opportunities

December 29, 2015

Indiana Tech is offering two new scholarship opportunities for day students (students taking traditional semester-long courses on campus in Fort Wayne), effective immediately. The opportunities are for students new to Indiana Tech. NORTHEAST INDIANA REGIONAL SCHOLARSHIP: If you attend a school or reside in a zip code that begins with 467 or 468, you are Read More…


Indiana Tech to host two key career fairs in April

December 28, 2015

Are you an employer or recruiter looking for talent? Are you a job seeker looking for new employment? Do you need some career advice from qualified professionals? If you can answer “yes” to any of the questions above, then MARK YOUR CALENDAR for two upcoming career fairs at Indiana Tech! On Friday, April 1, the Read More…


Indiana Tech website wins national recognition

December 21, 2015

On Dec. 15, the Higher Education Marketing Report honored Indiana Tech with a Silver Award as part of its third annual Education Digital Marketing Awards competition. Indiana Tech won the award in the Admissions Website category for its recently launched traditional undergraduate Student Snapshot. Student Snapshot was developed by Tech’s day admissions team, webmaster Pete Read More…


Indiana Tech School of Education adds new degree program

November 19, 2015

Dr. Joshua C. Francis, interim dean of Indiana Tech’s College of General Studies and director of teacher preparation, announced that Indiana Tech’s School of Education will begin offering a Bachelor of Science in special education for children who need mild to moderate intervention. “The demand for special educators continues to increase every year,” Francis said. Read More…


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