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An associate's degree here costs about as much as a bachelor's degree at a state college. The degrees they offer pay very little, so good luck trying to pay off your student loans. They have weird attendance rules that sound reasonable, but they end up not being reasonable if you have a good reason you can't attend such as severe illness. I went to the vet tech program. It was a terrible mistake. Even though I made good grades, I honestly can't say anything good about my education at IBC.
I have had nothing but good experiences at Ivy Tech. The staff has always promptly helped me, especially the VA office has been amazing!
I like college! I attended Monday, and Thursday! College is right for me, and I am very happy to be a colleague here!
DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL!! I have never witness such a mess of a college. The faculatly is always changing and it is the student who pays for it! The admission reps will become your best friend until you sign your life away and then you start slowly finding out huge details they left out. The professors are everchanging, so you will have brand new teachers who have never taught before. Please listen to me, this is a low-life school who prides themselves on standards that they DO NOT deliver in any form. And once you sign the contract, you will be out a lot of money and nothing to show for it because you will not get a good or even decent education. I would have given them 0 stars, but yellow pages won't let you do that. If you are still wondering if this is the school for you, pull any student who has been there for more than 3 months and ask them for their personal feelings on the school, and do so before you sign on the dotted line!!