School has added new programs and facilities
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Sept. 8, 2014) — Enrollment this fall at Indiana Tech at its main campus in Fort Wayne and its 14 regional campuses in Indiana and Kentucky is 8,818 students, a 12 percent increase from last year. Enrollment of traditional undergraduate students is up nearly 23 percent.
“We are very proud to be serving more students of all types—young adults, mid-career learners, graduate students, Ph.D. students, law students,” said Dr. Arthur E. Snyder, Indiana Tech president. “Growth in every aspect of our university confirms that we are successfully providing education that students want and employers value. Our faculty and staff have worked hard to make Indiana Tech a thriving institution where students are part of a supportive community.”
Indiana Tech has added several programs this year:
- An online master’s degree in psychology
- Three new concentrations for the bachelor’s degree in business administration: business communication, entrepreneurial studies, and financial services
Other new additions include:
- The new Academic Center on the Fort Wayne campus, providing additional classroom and lab space.
- The McMillen Library, a multi-flex theater, a café, the Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery, and the Ravi and Eleanor Talwar Leadership Center
- The Center for Creative Collaboration, housed in the Academic Center, to assist entrepreneurs and innovators in building their businesses
- A men’s ice hockey team, which will compete in the American Collegiate Hockey Association.