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March classes start March 16

Seats are filling up fast for March classes. Use the course search tool below and find classes you need.

How to register

  • Complete Required Advising: You will create or update your Academic Completion Plan and get a PIN to register for the following semester - details below
  • Find classes: Review your Academic Completion Plan to see which classes you need to take and explore availability in MyIvy or via the search tool below
  • Register: Need a refresher? Use this how-to quick guide
Assessment Options

Assessment options by location 

Assessment determines your reading, writing and math skills, and helps your advisor determine which classes you need to take at Ivy Tech. There are many ways you can complete the assessment at Ivy Tech, including:

  • Submitting SAT, ACT or PSAT scores
  • Submitting your high school transcript with a cumulative high school GPA of 2.6 or higher on a 4.0 scale
  • Submitting college transcripts showing previous college credit
  • Taking an ACCUPLACER assessment at an Ivy Tech location (choose your location in the dropdown for details)

Steps to submit test scores or transcripts: 

  1. Visit apply.ivytech.edu/general_admission
  2. Click the link under “Need to return to an incomplete application or upload assessment document?"

  3. Enter the email address you submitted on your application to have a link sent to you.

  4. Retrieve the email sent to you and click on the link to return to you application.

  5. Select that you have transcripts or test scores to upload, and proceed with submitting your documents.

  6. Wait for your email, text and letter letting you know that your scores or transcripts have been reviewed. The process should take less than a week.

These documents for assessment do not need to be official, so you are able to send in a variety of formats.  However, please make sure your documents clearly display the following information: Name, institution, degree awarded (for college transcripts), coursework and grades (for transcripts), cumulative GPA (for high school transcripts), date of test (test scores) and test scores (for test scores). 

Upon completing your assessment requirement, you will schedule an appointment with an advisor. 

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Advising options by location

Each semester, all Ivy Tech students, except courses-only students, must complete "Required Advising" to create or update their Academic Completion Plan. Once a plan is complete or updated, you will receive a six-digit PIN to register for classes. Students will not be able to register without a PIN. 

To complete this requirement, students have a variety of options: 

  • Schedule an appointment with an academic advisor
  • Attend a "PIN Party" for your school (look for flyers or communications from program chairs)
  • Attend a drop-in registration session (details below)
  • Schedule an appointment with your faculty advisor

If you are in good standing and have an up to date Academic Completion Plan through your final semester and have not received your pin, contact your advisor. For more information, visit IvyTech.edu/32060.html

Checklists and resources

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Class search tool

  • In the course search below, select an Ivy Tech near you in the "Campus/Site" dropdown
  • For "Term," choose the term you would like search 
  • If you know which classes you would like to find times for, you can use the "Course ID" dropdown
  • Register via MyIvy 


Paying for Classes

Students that have not made arrangements for or paid their bill by the payment deadline will be dropped from classes. Find dates at this link and payment options are listed below. 

Use the information below to review your options or get assistance with questions. 

It is important to monitor the details of your billing statements and financial aid requirements via MyIvy. Students with financial aid holds and/or outstanding financial aid requirements will not see financial aid reflected on their student account until all issues are resolved.

You can track your balance due and payments in MyIvy (Scholarship and Financial Aid) and in the online answer center at ivytech.edu/help. Click on Student Account under Track My Progress. If you are not the person responsible for paying the tuition bill, please forward this email to your parents, employer, or other individual who will be paying the tuition and fees.

Important information about reinstatement: If you are dropped from your class(es) for nonpayment, you have the option to request reinstatement, and must pay a $75 reinstatement fee. More information about the reinstatement process will be sent to students who are dropped. If you have any questions, visit the Bursar’s Office on campus or call 888-IVY-LINE.

Option 1: Pay in full online via MyIvy 

  1. Log in to “MyIvy” at MyIvy.IvyTech.edu 
  2. Click on “Student” in the left navigation
  3. Click on “Billing and Financial Aid”
  4.  Click on “View or Pay Balance” under My Account

Acceptable forms of online payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or ACH payment from your checking or savings account. (A minimal service fee will apply when paying by credit card.) 

Option 2: Participate in a payment plan

Payment plans provide a low-cost option for budgeting your tuition and fees. You can choose to make your monthly payments directly from your bank account or by credit card. Learn more at ivytech.edu/payment-plans. (A minimal service fee on each credit card transaction will apply.) To enroll in a payment plan, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to “MyIvy” at MyIvy.IvyTech.edu
  2. Click on “Student” in the left navigation
  3. Click on “Billing and Financial Aid”
  4. Click on “Setup Payment Plan” under My Account

Acceptable forms of online payment: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or ACH payment from your checking or savings account. (A minimal service fee will apply when paying by credit card.)

Option 3: Pay in person with cash or check at the Business Office/Bursar’s Office on campus

The Bursar's Office is located in the North Meridian Center on the downtown Indianapolis campus (first floor, room 127). You can find more details for the Bursar's Office at IvyTech.edu/business-office