Skip Navigation


Alumni Spotlight: A Tale of Two Warriors

Regardless of their generation or graduation year, many of our alumni share that Indiana Tech represents family. Due to our Midwestern roots, our intimate learning environments and our cohesive approach to practical application, this is a resounding theme whenever alumni reflect on their time here. For some, it is symbolic in its familial representation, for […]

Read Story

Indiana Tech celebrates MLK Day with community service

To commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of unity and service, Indiana Tech’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion chooses to celebrate his birthday—every year—by providing faculty, staff and students opportunities to engage in service for the Fort Wayne community. We look at it as a “day on,” rather than a day off. On Monday, […]

Read Story

Indiana Tech Community Works to Promote Positive Change

It is difficult to acknowledge that in 2020, our country and our world are still experiencing systemic racism. That’s why it is more important than ever that we be honest with ourselves and acknowledge that we as a university community could be doing more, could be doing things faster, and could be doing things better. […]

Read Story

Indiana Tech, StraighterLine collaborate to make sure students are prepared for the academic environment

Indiana Tech’s Office for Student Success and the online education company StraighterLine, Inc. have collaborated to create the Indiana Tech Readiness Academy, a program that will help adult and online students within the university’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) be more academically prepared for the college environment. The program launched July 26, the first day […]

Read Story

Industry innovator and WWII vet

Since Indiana Tech’s founding in 1930, we have striven to prepare our students to be the leaders of tomorrow and motivate them toward lives of significance and worth. That is—and always will be—the Warrior Way. Learn about Howard “Mack” Turner, an Indiana Tech alum, who benefitted from the Warrior Way and lived a life of […]

Read Story

Indiana Tech adds Mechanical Engineering Technology degrees for 2020-21 school year

Beginning fall semester of 2020, students will be able to pursue a bachelor’s or an associate degree in mechanical engineering technology at Indiana Tech. Courses for both will be available at Indiana Tech’s main campus in Fort Wayne, but the associate will also be obtainable online. “Our mechanical engineering technology program is going to appeal […]

Read Story

Cold Beans Out of a Can

A lawnmower, a broom, a rag, a wrench, a backpack. This list of everyday items may seem like a simple collection of things lying around the house. But to Harvey Smith, these items illustrate an extraordinary journey of personal and professional achievement that starts one stride behind a lawn mower in an airfield and ends […]

Read Story

Heck is Tech’s first international student to pass the SHRM-CP exam

Indiana Tech graduate student and member of the ladies’ golf team, Cecilia Heck, passed the Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) examination in February, making her the first Indiana Tech international student and fourth Warrior in the past year to pass the prestigious exam. The SHRM-CP is a competency-based certification exam administered by […]

Read Story