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Need Virtual Help?

Currently all of services are being offered virtually, but Ivy Tech still has teams ready to help get your questions answered. 

Campus Virtual Support Teams

Click on the link of your home campus, the campus nearest you, or the campus where you attend classes to access the email of your campus virtual support team.

If you are a student, in your e-mail please describe the assistance being requested and provide your name and C Number, whenever possible, if you are looking for specific information regarding your situation.

Anderson Kokomo Muncie
Bloomington Lafayette Richmond
Columbus Lake County Sellersburg
Evansville Lawrenceburg South Bend/Elkhart
Fort Wayne Madison Terre Haute
Indianapolis Marion Valparaiso


Help Center Team

If you need immediate assistance you can also contact our Ivy Tech Help Center Team. 

They are available seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. (EST) over the phone at 888-IVY-LINE (888-489-5463).

Virtual vs. Online

Virtual Services

With the closure of our buildings additional services to students are also now being provided virtually.


Advisors will continue to be available for summer and fall registration via phone, zoom, or email. To schedule an advising appointment, visit MyIvy and click on STUDENT > Advising > Schedule an Advising Appointment.


Help find the classes the are right for you by taking our Knowledge Assessment. Contact your campuses Knowledge Assessment team to get started today. Learn More


Barnes & Noble is partnering with VitalSource to offer free access to eTextbooks to students through Memorial Day. Visit this page (https://get.vitalsource.com/vitalsource-helps) and scroll to the bottom to find resources if you are student, or if you are helping students. Please note, you will need your Ivy Tech email to gain access.

Financial Aid

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is your starting point for almost all financial aid opportunities. 

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has extended the filing deadline for the 2020-2021 FAFSA beyond the state’s original April 15 deadline. The extension is intended to ensure as many Hoosiers as possible can access financial aid in the coming academic year in the midst of challenges presented by the coronavirus. 

Students who did not file the FAFSA before the April 15 deadline are encouraged to submit the form at FAFSA.gov as soon as possible. The Commission will consider students who file past the original deadline, however, limited funding is available on a first-come basis. 


Many internet providers are offering low/no cost COVID-19 offers. Below is a list of Internet providers which have notified Ivy Tech of special options:

Library Services

Help is always available at your Ivy Tech Libraries.  Please feel free to make use of our 24/7 Ask-a-Librarian Service. Librarians and library staff are also available by phone and real-time online chat services by heading to MyIvy and clicking the library link in the list on the left-hand side of the page.  Check your local Ivy Tech library website for details.

Mental Health

Governor Eric J. Holcomb recently announced that the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has launched a new website, BeWellIndiana.org, that will provide Hoosiers with free mental health resources that have been vetted by experts. The site is designed to help with the increase in anxiety, depression and other mental health issues caused by the pandemic, including both first-time issues as well as pre-existing mental health concerns.


Need a copy of your transcript? You can request an electronic copy of you transcript by filling out our online request form. Click here to get started.


In partnership with Tutor.com, Ivy Tech offers 24/7 online tutoring— connecting students with an expert tutor the minute they need assistance. Learn More