Columbus

Talk to an Advisor

Although each advisor is assigned a specialty area within the college, a student can meet with any advisor in the Academic Advising Center for guidance.

If you are a new student, need guidance regarding college services, or have general questions about advising, curriculum, and coursework, contact the Admissions Office at 812-374-5341 or 800-922-4838 ext. 5341.

If you have completed your admissions to the college, are currently assigned to a faculty advisor, and need assistance with class registration or your program, make an appointment to talk to an advisor.

Fall Semester

Learn how you can register for classes today.

Corporate College Schedule

Advanced Manufacturing, certifications, medical/health, online classes, and much more.

ASAP Program
Earn your degree in one year!

The Associate Accelerated Program (ASAP) provides Ivy Tech Community College students with the opportunity to earn your degree and begin your career in one year or transfer your credits to a four-year college to continue your education. The choice is yours.

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Contact Information

Columbus Campus 812-372-9925
4475 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47203
1-800-922-4838

Greensburg 812-663-9493 ext. 36
Community Learning Center
422 E. Central Avenue
Greensburg, IN 47240
Driving Directions
Nashville812-988-5880
Brown County Resource Center
246 East Main Street
Nashville, IN 47448
Driving Directions
North Vernon 812-346-2468
North Vernon Education & Training Center
1200 W O & M Avenue
North Vernon, IN 47265
Driving Directions
Seymour 812-519-2923
Jackson County Learning Center
323 Dupont Drive
Seymour, IN 47274
Driving Directions
Scottsburg 812-752-4327
Mid America Science Park
821 South Lake Rd S
Scottsburg, IN 47170
Driving Directions

812.372.9925

800.922.4838

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Columbus News

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Ivy Tech saves students and parents over $29.8 million in college tuition costs!

Statewide, Ivy Tech enrolled 45,819 Indiana high school students in dual credit this past year, saving Indiana students and their parents more than $29.8 million in tuition costs.  This year’s dual credit enrollment represents a 22 percent increase in students, compared to the 37,505 high school students enrolled last year.



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You still have time to register for fall semester classes! Fall semester begins August 25. You still have time to apply and register for classes, but time is running short, and classes are filling up quickly.