University News

Commons 803 will connect you with campus events, organizations, intramurals and more.

August 13, 2018

Indiana Tech Student Life has launched a new app that will help students get involved in their campus community. It’s called Commons 803, and it will connect students with campus events, organizations, intramurals and more, right from their phone or computer. Powered by Campus Labs’ Engage student engagement platform, Commons 803 is a powerful and Read More…


New dorm/retail space proposed for north side of campus

August 10, 2018

Indiana Tech is developing plans for a new 44,000-square-foot residence hall/retail building on the northeast corner of East Washington Blvd. and Schick St. The four-story, townhouse-style building will feature 100 beds on the second, third and fourth floors for students. The first floor will be comprised of three retail spaces; the university is currently in Read More…


Art Institute of Indianapolis: Indiana Tech is here for you

July 25, 2018

If you are a student affected by the Art Institute of Indianapolis’ recent announcement, don’t give up on being an artist. Indiana Tech can help you parlay your artistic creativity and institute experience into a career in business. Become a freelancer Begin your own creative business Explore a management or marketing path to become a Read More…


Indiana Tech/Indiana State Police agreement will benefit current and former troopers, staff members and spouses

July 17, 2018

Indiana Tech president Karl W. Einolf, Ph.D., and Indiana State Police superintendent Douglas G. Carter signed an agreement today to make Indiana Tech a preferred education partner of the Indiana State Police. As the primary tenet of the agreement, Indiana Tech will provide corporate scholarships to current and former Indiana State Police troopers, current and Read More…


July 14 car show on campus will benefit veterans with PTSD

July 5, 2018

On Saturday, July 14, from 2 to 6 p.m., Indiana Tech’s Warrior Veterans organization will host its second annual Charity Cruise-In to benefit the not-for-profit FW22 organization. It will be held in Indiana Tech’s Schick St. parking lot on the Fort Wayne campus, just west of Andorfer Commons. The event will feature live music and Read More…


Lisa D. Givan named associate vice president for diversity and inclusion

June 27, 2018

Indiana Tech has named Lisa D. Givan as associate vice president for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer. Ms. Givan was chosen by the university after a nationwide search to fill the new post, which was established in the spring of 2018 as part of Indiana Tech’s strategic planning process. Givan will officially begin Read More…


Dan Grigg named as vice president for institutional advancement

June 20, 2018

Indiana Tech has named Dan G. Grigg as its vice president for institutional advancement. Mr. Grigg was chosen for the post after a nationwide search for the university’s next advancement and alumni relations leader, which began in February 2018. Grigg will officially begin his duties as vice president for institutional advancement on July 23, 2018. Read More…


Follow professor Dominic Lombardo on his journey with Destiny Rescue

June 18, 2018

Dominic Lombardo, associate professor and director of Indiana Tech’s Center for Criminal Justice, is in Cambodia and Thailand until June 28 with Destiny Rescue, an internationally-recognized Christian non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing children trapped in the sex trade. His journey will take him to dark, seedy red-light districts where Destiny Rescue finds many of its Read More…


Contemporary U.S. printmaking now on display in our D’Agostino Art Gallery

May 10, 2018

“New Work from the New Harmony National Print Invitational” is now on display in Indiana Tech’s Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery. This exhibit will be on display through June 30, 2018. “New Work from the New Harmony National Print Invitational” is a portfolio of prints originally exhibited at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art in Read More…


Warrior Park groundbreaking starts an exciting new chapter for Indiana Tech athletics

May 4, 2018

An exciting new chapter for Indiana Tech athletics began today as the university broke ground on its Warrior Park athletic complex on the former back nine of Fort Wayne’s Donald Ross Golf Club. The university announced its intention to purchase the golf course in October 2017 and closed on the course on March 19. The Read More…


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