Ivy Tech providing free summer courses for high school students


Indiana high school students in grades 9 through 12 may enroll in courses for free this summer at Ivy Tech Community College.

Free summer courses provide an opportunity for students to explore possible career options while earning college credits. Students who qualify for free summer courses will receive free tuition and textbooks with no limit on the number of courses students can take, according to a news release from the college.

To qualify for enrollment for free summer classes at Ivy Tech, students must be Indiana residents at any high school, including eighth-graders entering ninth grade, graduating seniors, homeschool students and students at adult high schools.

With more than 70 degree programs aligned with the needs of the state’s workforce, Ivy Tech provides career pathways and credentials that are made to prepare students for high-wage, high-demand jobs. Ivy Tech also offers flexible and affordable course options to meet the needs of all students with credit transfer options to more than 100 colleges and universities in Indiana and outside the state.

To learn more about how to enroll in free summer classes, visit ivytech.edu/freesummer.

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