MADISON, IN – Ivy Tech Madison is excited to announce the upcoming event, “Tuesday at the Tech Enrollment Day,” designed to provide prospective students with a one-stop opportunity to navigate through the enrollment process and explore the diverse educational opportunities available at Ivy Tech Community College.
Scheduled for Tuesday, July 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the “Tuesday at the Tech Enrollment Day” event will take place at the Ivy Tech Madison campus located at 590 Ivy Tech Drive. This event aims to make the enrollment process more accessible and convenient for individuals interested in pursuing a degree or certificate.
During the event, prospective students will have the chance to work through various enrollment steps, including completing the free admissions application, filing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), meeting with an advisor to discuss program options, and much more. Trained staff and advisors will be available throughout the day to provide personalized guidance and answer any questions to ensure a smooth enrollment experience.
In addition to the enrollment services, “Tuesday at the Tech Enrollment Day” promises an enjoyable atmosphere with plenty of food and games available for participants to enjoy. This event aims to create a welcoming environment where prospective students can connect with current students, faculty, and staff, fostering a sense of community and highlighting the supportive nature of Ivy Tech Madison.
“This event is a fantastic opportunity for individuals who are considering furthering their education at Ivy Tech Madison. We understand that the enrollment process can sometimes be overwhelming, and we want to make it as easy and enjoyable as possible,” said Courtney Althoff, Director of Admissions and Enrollment at Ivy Tech Madison. “Whether you are a recent high school graduate, a working professional looking to enhance your skills, or someone seeking a career change, ‘Tuesday at the Tech Enrollment Day’ will provide the information and support you need to take that important first step toward your educational goals.”