Indiana Tech Sees Growth, Including at Ft. Wright Campus
Indiana Tech is celebrating growing enrollment, including at its Ft. Wright campus.
The private, non-profit Indiana Institute of Technology saw a 4.4-percent increase in enrollment this year compared to last year. Total enrollment across all the campuses stands at 9,870. There has been more than a 9-percent increase in enrollment on the university's main campus in Fort Wayne, Indiana where 1,576 students attend classes.
The Ph.D-granting institution operates 13 regional campuses in Indiana, the Chicago area, and Kentucky (Ft. Wright and Louisville). In Ft. Wright, 523 students are enrolled for the 2016-17 academic year, an increase from the 492 enrolled last year, according to figures provided to The River City News.
"It's exciting to see such growth throughout our university," said Dr. Arthur E. Snyder, president of Indiana Tech, in a news release. "It shows the value that students place on our ability to provide them with an education that will help them pursue meaningful and rewarding careers. Our team of faculty and staff work closely with students every day to prepare them for success."
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