top of page

Your home deserves beautiful flooring, expertly installed!

Fassold Flooring_812Now Print_Eight Page Ad_D2.jpg
Fassold Flooring_812Now Print_Eight Page Ad_D2.jpg

Path to Success: Ivy Tech's Nursing Program

Updated: Feb 24

One of 30 programs offered locally

(LAWRENCEBURG, Ind.) -- Natasha Bennison chose to attend Ivy Tech Community College because its Lawrenceburg campus is close to her hometown of Cleves, Ohio, but also because it offered her an opportunity to gain the skills she needed to pursue a career in nursing.


Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg/Batesville Nursing Program’s pass rate for Registered Nurse licensing exceeded 90 percent.


The college also provides significant support for its students to ensure they are on a path to success.


The Nursing Program at Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg/Batesville is just one of the more than 30 academic and career-training programs Ivy Tech offers at its three southeastern campuses, which include two in Lawrenceburg and the Batesville.


Ivy Tech nursing student Olivia Knueven talks about the program:

The College’s academic programs, accessibility, and support of students are aligned with the needs of the communities it serves and the area workforce needs.


“We have partnered with area employers, communities, school corporations and other institutions of higher education to give area residents a clear path toward a career or continued education that is within their reach,” said Chancellor Mark Graver.


“Students who complete their education at Ivy Tech will be well prepared to start their careers or continue their education at a four-year institution. Our faculty and staff invest their expertise and time to help students succeed in reaching their goals.”


Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg/Batesville offers academic programs in high-demand career areas that include advanced manufacturing, business, education, healthcare, and information technology. Some of the college’s most popular programs include nursing, business administration, cybersecurity, and welding.

Welding student at the Lawrenceburg campus

Students can earn up to two-year associate degrees or shorter-term certificates that can prepare them to enter the workforce or transfer to a four-year university to continue their

Education.


“With our convenient campus locations in Lawrenceburg and Batesville, Ivy Tech provides the most accessible higher-education opportunities to students throughout southeastern Indiana,” said Lisa Moorhead, Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Services for Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg/Batesville. 


“We have affordable options that put an advanced education within reach for students in our area, and the College offers a variety of support services for students so that they can focus on their academic coursework or career training.”


Students who plan to transfer to a four-year university can take a prescribed set of courses to

ensure all their credits transfer over. These students can then start as a junior having already completed the first two years of college, offering considerable cost savings.


Ivy Tech offers the lowest college tuition in the state, making it Indiana’s best value in higher education. Students who choose to start their college journey at Ivy Tech and then transfer to another college or university can save more than $10,000 on their bachelor’s degree.


Ivy Tech also has transfer partnerships in which it has collaborated with four-year institutions to provide students with seamless pathways to a bachelor’s degree. Ivy Tech’s transfer partners include Indiana University, Purdue University, Ball State University, the University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, and many others.


A special Ivy Tech program known as ASAP, which stands for Associate Accelerated Program, offers students the chance to complete a two-year associate degree in just 11 months in certain academic programs.


ASAP is rigorous, full-time program, through which students work with a small, close-knit group of other students. ASAP is designed for students to encourage and support each other as they work to complete their associate degree and transfer to a four-year university at an accelerated pace.


The College has also partnered with area high schools to provide students with an opportunity to start earning college credits in high school through dual credit and dual enrollment classes.

Dual credit courses are taught at the high school, while dual enrollment courses are taught on Ivy Tech campuses by Ivy Tech faculty.


As the state’s community college, Ivy Tech offers a variety of ways for students to advance their education and prepare to enter the workforce. To schedule a visit at the Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg or Batesville campuses, visit ivytech.edu/tuesdays.


Click here to view a complete list of academic programs and additional information.

Comments


2024 812 Tower Ad (1).png
bottom of page