As a high school student, dual credit opportunities allow you to get a jump start on your future. You can earn college credit towards a degree at Ivy Tech or take courses that will transfer to other universities, saving you both time and money!
Ready to get started? Click the ‘Apply Now’ button below to complete the free dual credit application!
How Do I Qualify for Dual Credit Courses?
Some dual credit courses require students to be ‘college-ready’ in areas such as English and Math. Students can meet these prerequisites in a variety of ways, including PSAT, SAT, or ACT scores, or for some courses a cumulative GPA of 2.6 or higher for juniors and seniors. For students who do not yet have a qualifying score, Ivy Tech offers the Knowledge Assessment, a holistic placement exam that allows you to meet reading, writing, and mathematics requirements while also improving your skills and preparing you for success in your next course!
To learn more about the Knowledge Assessment click here. If you have completed the dual credit application and are looking for next steps in completing the Knowledge Assessment, please watch the tutorial here:
Where can I find my Ivy Tech transcript, grades, and other important information?
MyIvy is Ivy Tech’s online student portal. Students use MyIvy to get the latest news and announcement, access the online bookstore, check e-mail, view midterm and final grades, print unofficial transcripts and request official transcripts, find resources for the Technical Helpdesk, and more!
You can begin getting familiar with MyIvy before you even register for classes. To get started, follow the steps below:
- Visit myivy.ivytech.edu.
- Scroll down and select the First Time User? option.
- Your Ivy Tech e-mail address and Student ID number will be required when creating your account. These can be found on your acceptance letter.
- Follow the step-by-step instructions to activate your account. It is important to enter your name, birthdate, and zip code exactly as they appear on your admissions application.
I am a homeschool student, can I take classes at Ivy Tech?
Ivy Tech is an unparalleled choice for homeschool families. Learn more about all the options that Ivy Tech provides by clicking here.
How do I order my Ivy Tech transcript?
Easily order your Ivy Tech transcript or send your current transcript to Ivy Tech by following the steps on our Transcript page. If you are currently a dual credit student, be sure to check your unofficial transcript in MyIvy to make sure all of your final grades have posted before ordering an official transcript.
How can I use my dual credit courses at Ivy Tech?
With the most career-focused programs in the state and Indiana’s most affordable tuition, Ivy Tech has all you need to get a quick start on the path towards a high-demand, high-wage career.
To learn more about becoming earning your degree at Ivy Tech, visit the pages below.
Ivy Tech offers more than 100 transfer programs with in-state and out-of-state schools, including several guaranteed admissions programs. Learn more about our transfer programs here.
Your family can save up to $12,000 by completing your first two years at Ivy Tech and then transferring to a four-year college. When you enroll in one of the eligible degree programs, you can earn an associate degree from Ivy Tech and then transfer to any Indiana public four-year institution with automatic junior status.
Ivy Tech Community College’s Start as a Sophomore, also known as the Indiana College Core, prepares you for a successful start to your associate degree with Ivy Tech and your bachelor's degree.
Formerly known as the Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC), Start as A Sophomore allows you to begin your time at Ivy Tech with a 30-credit hour block that transfers to all other public four-year colleges in Indiana. The curriculum of these core classes is the same at Ivy Tech as the other institutions, but the tuition rate is less.