Welcome to Ivy Tech Online!
- You access Blackboard at http://www.ivytech.edu/ and click MyIvy in the upper right corner.
- Most online courses require text books. Textbooks can be purchased through the online bookstore by logging into MyIvy, clicking on student and student dashboard, and then click bookstore.
- IncludED courses have a digital book included in the course.
- The Ivy Tech Online office offers tutoring with assistance with login issues, accessing your online course, locating your syllabus or course calendar, contacting your instructor, discussion boards, attaching files, and other online help.
Please contact one of the following people, if you have any questions:
Online Technologies Coordinator:
800.859.4882 ext. 2082
Each semester, Distance Education hosts informative orientation classes at various dates and times. Each session lasts about an hour and will discuss:
- How to access IvyLearn
- How to schedule a proctored exam
- How to use the Virtual Library
- and more!
Technical question can be answered by visiting the Help Desk online.
Join Us for the IVY TECH ONLINE Orientation Sessions
Tuesday, August 15 – 1:30-3:30 p.m. TC1225
Tuesday, August 15 – 5:30-7:30 p.m. SL121
Wednesday, August 16 – 5:30-7:30 p.m. SL121
Thursday, August 17 – 9:30-11:30 a.m. SL121
Thursday, August 17 –1:30-3:30 p.m. SL121
- All Orientation Sessions will be held in Room SL121 at the Student Life Building
- Sessions start promptly at time stated.
- You need to attend only one session.
- Snacks & beverages will be provided.
- Please bring your Ivy Tech email address with you.
Guidelines for Testing
- Students must schedule appointments for exams through the test scheduling system. No one tests without an appointment. If you have a problem, please call the office.
- A government-issued picture ID is required for identification before taking a test.
- It is important that you know your course number, exam name/number and instructor's name.
- No food is allowed in the testing room.
- No drinks except water are allowed in the testing room.
- No children are allowed in the testing room or are to be left unattended unless they are supervised by an adult.
- All electronic devices not allowed for an exam must be turned off and stored in a locker.
- Any belongings not related to the test must be stored in a locker, including watches, hats, jackets, backpacks, wallets, purses, keys, and sunglasses.
- If your belongings do not fit in a locker, you must take them to your car before the exam. The Ivy Tech Online Office is not responsible for belongings left outside the lockers
- If your instructor allows the use of a standard or scientific calculator, you may use your own. However, if your instructor allows a graphing calculator to be used for your exam, you must use one provided by our office.
- Testing computers monitored by Net Control 2 Pro.
- If you are unable to come in for your appointment, please make sure you delete your appointment
Schedule your proctored exam.
NOTE: Testing times are subject to change based upon campus hours of operation and proctor availability. Between semesters and holiday breaks, the office and testing hours are 8 a.m. to 5p.m.
Monday 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
Wednesday 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m.–8 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
All students will be required to schedule an appointment for a proctored test. Schedule appointments at: https://cass.ivytech.edu/selfserve
Online Technologies Proctors:
Harshman Hall Room 1330
3701 Dean Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46835
Phone: 260-480-2046 or 260-482-9171 ext. 4557
E-mail for Exams: email@example.com
Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast
3800 N. Anthony Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Accessing Online Courses
- Go to MyIvy, and in the upper right hand corner click on "Blackboard", login with the username and password used for email. Please check your detailed schedule to verify when your class begins. Your course will show up on Blackboard 2 days before your classes begin.
For technical help call 888-IVY-LINE.
Attendance in your online course is a must. If you are not participating in your online course (completing a graded assignment) during the first 10 days of a 16 week course or the first 4 days of an eight week course, you will be considered a no-show student. This behavior is considered non-attendance and you may be dropped from the class. If you are dropped from your course, you must contact your instructor to be re-admitted.
Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast maintains relationships with other area, state, and regional college campuses. This helps us offer additional online courses for credit transfer.