Until further notice, all student services offered on campus will require an appointment. Anyone entering an Ivy Tech building for an appointment will be subject to a COVID-19 screening prior to being allowed to enter.
Classes for the Spring 2021 semester began January 19, and most will be meeting virtually for the first two weeks. Instructors will also communicate how their classes will be offered during this time.
Choose your campus from the gray bar below to see how to go about making an appointment or who to e-mail to make one.
In addition, many services are offered virtually to assist you if getting help from home is easier.
For more information on Ivy Tech's COVID-19 response including FAQs visit our COVID-19 update page by clicking here.
You can also seek assistance via the phone even when campuses are closed (except for holidays) seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. (EST) at 888-IVY-LINE (888-489-5463).
South Bend - Elkhart Virtual Appointment Information
Effective starting December 21, we are available through our virtual drop-in zoom room (information below) or make an appointment by emailing us at askSouthBendElkhart@ivytech.edu , calling 574-289-7001 ext. 6939, or logging into the virtual drop-in zoom room.
December 21 – 24:
Monday - Wednesday (8am-5pm)
All visitors, students, faculty and staff will be temperature screened upon entering campus buildings. A screening station will be located at the entrance of Pfau Hall and a staff member will be conducting screenings during hours the buildings are open.
All persons coming to campus must enter through Door 1 of Pfau Hall, all other doors will be locked. Those wishing to access the Ogle Hall building will be escorted there after first being temperature screened at Pfau Hall.
Campus buildings will be open and accessible Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Office hours will not change, and offices normally open until 6 will operate virtually the last hour of the day. All offices close at 4 p.m. on Fridays.
Appointments will be required for all student services offices. This includes Advising, Express Enrollment, Admissions, Testing Center, Dual Credit, etc. In order to make an appointment, please call 812-246-3301 and speak to the receptionist, or email us at email@example.com.
The Student Connections Bookstore will also be operating on appointments only, during the following hours/. Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Textbooks rented for the fall term are due back on December 19. Students may return rented textbooks during these hours, or they may visit https://ivytech.bncollege.com/shop/ivy/page/rental-book-return to print a return mailing label. You will need your order number to access this feature. Student may order textbooks for the spring term online if they do not wish to come to campus. Visit www/shopivytech.com to place your order. Any order over $49 qualifies for free shipping, and financial aid cane be applied. For questions or to make an appointment with the bookstore, please call 812-246-3301. Ext. 4119.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and kindly ask for your cooperation as we work to keep our campus and community safe and healthy.
Effective December 21st, 2020, Ivy Tech Richmond will require students to schedule an appointment prior to coming to campus. Virtual appointments are highly encouraged as there will be limited on-campus appointment availability. If you must be on campus for an appointment, we ask that you do not bring a guest with you.
Students can schedule an appointment with a member of the Richmond Student Services team through one of the three options below:
To schedule an appointment to speak with someone at the Madison campus, including: Express Enrollment Center, Financial Aid, Advising, Bookstore, Testing Center, Business Office, Office of K14 Initiatives (dual credit/dual enrollment) or Career Coaching Office, please see the following contact information:
As part of Ivy Tech's Virtual Services, advisors will continue to be available for Spring registration via phone, zoom, or email. To schedule an advising appointment, visit MyIvy and click on STUDENT > Advising > Schedule an Advising Appointment.
Building Hours of Operation
(Library and Computer labs will be open during this time)
Monday through Thursday: 9:00am-4:00pm
*Virtual/late appointments are available 8-5pm
Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm: By Virtual appointment only
*The Lakefront Site will be closed from December 21-January 15th
The Lafayette, Frankfort, Monticello, and Crawfordsville locations will serve students both virtually and in-person. All in-person assistance will require an appointment to help ensure a safe environment. Please see the following process to connect with the appropriate person/office.
We look forward to serving you.
Academic Advising: 765-269-5630
For continuing students and new students who have completed Knowledge Assessment requirements:
Visit MyIvy and click on Student > Advising > Schedule an Advising Appointment.
Scheduling appointments with any staff member via IvyAdvising (All student affairs functions have appointments in IvyAdvising)
Calling the campus number (765-643-7133) Monday through Friday 8-5 to get immediate assistance with scheduling appointments or answers to questions regarding, admissions, enrollment, advising, financial aid, or registrar.
Emailing askAnderson@ivytech.edu to get a response to any Student Affairs question within 24 hours during nonpeak and 48 hours during peak times. This email can assist with scheduling appointments or answers to questions regarding, admissions, enrollment, advising, financial aid, or registrar.
Bursar or billing questions can be reached by:
Calling (765) 643-7133 ext. 2053
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