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Indiana Tech enrollments rise above 10,000 for first time

September 6, 2017

Student enrollments have risen once again at Indiana Tech, with a total enrollment of 10,282 for 2017-18. This marks the first time Indiana Tech’s enrollments have topped 10,000 and is a 2.5 percent increase from 2016-17. Enrollment growth has occurred across the university’s programs, including the traditional undergraduate program on the university’s main Fort Wayne Read More…


Indiana Tech selects its first varsity eSports coach

August 30, 2017

Indiana Tech has selected Geoffrey Wright to lead its eSports program. Wright is a 2016 graduate of Georgia Southern University of Statesboro, Georgia, and a veteran of organized gaming. During his junior year at GSU, Wright joined the Southern Collegiate Gaming Association and started competing at the collegiate level. He also served as president of Read More…


Rachel Pease is Indiana Tech’s new vice president for Institutional Advancement

August 24, 2017

Rachel Pease joined Indiana Tech as vice president for Institutional Advancement on Monday, Aug. 21. She takes over for Brian Engelhart, whose previous role as vice president for University Relations oversaw Tech’s development and marketing communications efforts. Engelhart remains at Indiana Tech in the new role of vice president for Marketing and Communications. Pease comes Read More…


Indy campus to host criminal justice open house

August 20, 2017

If you are interested in pursuing a career in criminal justice or pre-law, or learning more about the career-focused degree options offered by Indiana Tech, join us for a free open house on Tuesday, Sept. 19, from 5-7 p.m., at our Indianapolis location, 3500 DePauw Blvd., Pyramid 3010. This free event is being hosted by Read More…


Indiana Tech recognized for its efforts in waste reduction

August 18, 2017

Indiana Tech was recognized by the Allen County Solid Waste Management District with an Excellence in Recycling Award, which was presented at the organization’s annual awards luncheon on Thursday, Aug. 17. Indiana Tech won the 3R Award in the Nonprofit Category for implementing new initiatives in dining halls to reduce waste caused by disposables; collecting Read More…


Indiana Tech partners with Lafayette, Indiana-based Wabash National Corporation

July 22, 2017

On July 18, 2017, Indiana Tech joined into a corporate partnership with the Lafayette, Indiana-based Wabash National Corporation that will help its employees pursue their educational goals. More information can be found about the partnership in the text from Wabash National’s media release below. Indiana Tech salutes Wabash National for the emphasis it places on Read More…


Women’s golf team ties for NAIA Scholar Team of the Year

July 18, 2017

Not only are Indiana Tech athletic teams getting after it on the field of play, they are excelling in the classroom, as well. Congratulations to the women’s golf team, who tied Arizona Christian’s women’s cross country team and Midland’s (Neb.) women’s volleyball team for NAIA Scholar Team of the Year. Each team boasted a NAIA-best Read More…


Indiana Tech president Dr. Arthur Snyder receives Sagamore of the Wabash

June 23, 2017

Retiring Indiana Tech President Dr. Arthur Snyder was presented with a Sagamore of the Wabash honor on Friday, June 23rd, in a surprise presentation at the Andorfer Commons building of the Indiana Tech main campus.  The chair of Indiana Tech’s Board of Trustees, Janet Chrzan, presented Dr. Snyder with the award on behalf of Indiana Read More…


Indiana Tech’s College of Business receives accreditation from IACBE

May 19, 2017

Indiana Tech’s College of Business learned last week it has earned accreditation from the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). It is the first time Indiana Tech’s College of Business has earned this distinction from the IACBE. “Receiving this honor is very gratifying for our university,” said Indiana Tech Vice President for Academic Affairs Read More…


Indiana Tech Withdraws Memorial Park Proposal

May 9, 2017

Indiana Tech is withdrawing its proposal to partner with the City of Fort Wayne and Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation on new facilities in Memorial Park, the university announced today. Under the development plan, Indiana Tech would have invested an estimated $6.4 million in Memorial Park, including the construction of a new track & field Read More…


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