AUGUST 8, 2012
Ivy Tech Registration to Open for Classes at Learning Center
Ivy Tech registration for fall semester is open, and classes at the Orange County Learning Center at Springs Valley begin Aug. 20.
Students can earn credits toward an Ivy Tech Associate degree by taking classes close to home at the Orange County Learning Center. Thirteen for-credit college courses will be offered in the fall semester. Courses include English, math, hospitality, business, psychology, and computers.
Seventeen non-credit workforce training courses will be offered in the fall semester. Courses include computers, Microsoft Office programs, photo editing, ServSafe certification, keyboarding, and “Using Social Media in Business.” Non-credit personal enrichment courses include digital photography, mushroom growing, and artisanal jewelry-making. Two cooking classes will also be offered at Burton Kimble Farms in Orleans, “Cookie & Cupcake Decorating” and “Quick & Easy Cooking: No More than 5 Ingredients.”
A full list of Ivy Tech classes offered at Orange County Learning Center can be found at www.ivytech.edu/orangecounty. A full list of non-credit course offerings at Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington can be found at www.ivytech.edu/cll.
The Orange County Learning Center at Springs Valley is located at 479 S. Larry Bird Blvd. French Lick. For help applying to Ivy Tech or registering for classes, students can drop in without an appointment. Currently, the Orange County Learning Center office is open Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Friday 8 a.m. – noon. Beginning Aug. 20, the Orange County Learning Center office is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. The office is closed for lunch 1 – 2 p.m. and closed during evening classes. For questions, people can call the learning center at 812-936-4100 or contact Carol Hudelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A full list of degree offerings at Ivy Tech Community College can be found at: www.ivytech.edu/academics.
Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington opened the Orange County Learning Center in January 2012 to provide easy access to higher education and workforce training in Orange County. The center allows students to earn credits toward an Ivy Tech Associate degree by taking classes close to home. Since opening, the learning center has expanded offerings in for-credit academic courses, and non-credit workforce training and personal-enrichment courses.