Ivy Tech student, Kyle Ramsey, selected for national Cisco networking team in Las Vegas

Kyle Ramsey, an Ivy Tech Bloomington School of Computing and Informatics student, has been selected from more than 80 applicants across the United States and Canada to participate at Cisco Live, Cisco’s largest customer event, in Las Vegas in July. Ramsey will serve as a member of the Networking Academy Dream Team. He is one of only 11 students selected for the team.

Ivy Tech Bloomington to award more than 1,000 degrees and certifications to graduates next week

Ivy Tech Community College’s Bloomington campus will hold its annual spring commencement ceremony on Friday, May 13 at 6 p.m. in the Indiana University Auditorium, where it will confer approximately 1,002 Associate degrees and certifications to graduates. “Commencement is the culminating event for our graduates and their families, and our campus looks forward to this ceremony every year,” said Chancellor Jennie Vaughan. “My son will graduate with his Master’s degree on the same da

Ivy Tech Foundation funds youth arts scholarships with Pygmalion’s fundraising donation

Ivy Tech Community College’s Bloomington campus is the 2014 beneficiary of Pygmalion’s Art Supplies’ fifth annual custom-color fundraiser. Proceeds from the yearlong effort will benefit Ivy Arts for Kids scholarships. “We appreciate Pygmalion’s encouragement of youth arts,” said Susie Graham, Executive Director of Development, Ivy Tech-Bloomington. “Their gift of more than $2,000 will cover tuition costs for 12 children to participate in art camps this summer.” Each year Pygmalion’s Art Suppli

Ivy Tech entrepreneurship certification now financial aid eligible

Nearly four years after the Gayle & Bill Cook Center for Entrepreneurship opened its doors, the final piece necessary for full implementation of the entrepreneurship program has fallen into place. On Thursday, October 2 the Entrepreneurship Curriculum Committee was informed that the Technical Certificate and Entrepreneurship Certificate programs have been approved by the Department of Education for Title IV financial aid eligibility. “Entrepreneurship certification is designed to give the stude