University News

Indiana Tech’s Jeffersonville, Indiana Campus Moved

January 13, 2017

Indiana Tech’s Jeffersonville, Indiana, campus has moved. The Jeffersonville campus is now located at 4500 Town Center Blvd., Suite 101, next to Menards. Its phone number stays the same – 812.283.8001. Read more about the Jeffersonville campus here.  


New Installation at Tech’s Art Gallery Pops With Color

December 16, 2016

“Brilliant Optics: A Spectrum of Mediums and Color,” an exhibit of contemporary artwork, is now on display in Indiana Tech’s Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery. The collection, which is part of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art’s traveling exhibition series, will be in the D’Agostino Gallery through January 2017. It’s the first of four FWMoA collections Read More…


Introducing Dr. Karl W. Einolf – Indiana Tech’s Ninth President

December 5, 2016

Dr. Karl W. Einolf has been selected by the Indiana Tech Board of Trustees as the university’s next president. The board announced on Dec. 5 that Dr. Einolf will become the ninth president in the school’s 86-year history. He will succeed Dr. Arthur E. Snyder, who is retiring June 30, 2017, and will begin his Read More…


Dawson earns engineering scholarship from Fort Wayne’s Franklin Electric

December 2, 2016

Junior Dakota Dawson has earned Franklin Electric’s first Indiana Tech Engineering Scholarship. She was recognized during a reception at Franklin Electric’s home office in Fort Wayne on Thursday, Dec. 1. Dakota is majoring in mechanical engineering. She graduated from Fort Wayne’s Carroll High School in 2014 with a 3.914 GPA. She is a member of Read More…


Indiana Tech Announces New Regional Scholarship

November 9, 2016

Indiana Tech is offering a new scholarship opportunity that expands the reach of its Northeast Indiana Regional Scholarship, which was implemented late in 2015. It, along with the new Indiana Tech Regional Scholarship, is for day students (students taking traditional semester-long courses on campus in Fort Wayne.) Indiana Tech Regional Scholarship Students who attend a Read More…


Indiana Tech Law School to close in June 2017

October 31, 2016

The Indiana Tech Board of Trustees, with the recommendation of the university’s administration, has voted unanimously to close Indiana Tech Law School at the conclusion of the 2016-17 academic year. The law school will continue to operate throughout the remainder of the current academic year, and officially close June 30, 2017. Indiana Tech President Dr. Read More…


Professor Robbins is Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly’s Teacher of the Year

October 11, 2016

Associate professor of English, Cortney Robbins, was named Teacher of the Year by Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly when it announced its 2016 Education Award recipients on Oct. 5. Robbins, who has been a professor at Tech since 2007, will be honored with other winning educators at a special awards dinner on Oct. 26, at Read More…


Students and parents: Learn about newly implemented changes to the FAFSA process

October 3, 2016

If you will be a collegiate freshman to begin the 2017-18 academic year, review the changes to the FAFSA process below. It could improve your chances of receiving grants and aid. PRIORITY ONE: Because of a change implemented this year, you can complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beginning Saturday, Oct. 1, Read More…


Tech’s Emergency Response Management degree program earns national recognition

September 23, 2016

Indiana Tech has been identified as one of the nation’s top colleges for online bachelor’s degrees in emergency management, according to Emergency Management Degree Programs. Tech’s bachelor’s program in Emergency Response Management was ranked fifth in the nation. However, Emergency Management Degree Programs listed an incorrect figure for tuition. Students pursuing this degree can expect Read More…


Renowned economist William Strauss speaks here Sept. 26

September 18, 2016

The Indiana Tech College of Business is pleased to welcome William Strauss, senior economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, for his presentation “Economic Outlook for 2016 into 2017.” This hour-long presentation will be on Monday, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m., in the Magee-O’Connor Theatre, which is in Andorfer Commons. There is no cost Read More…


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