Friday, February 5, 2016

Ivy Tech programs with low enrollment could be cut - Margaret Fosmoe, South Bend Tribune

The vast majority of Ivy Tech Community College students in this region enroll in one of three popular majors: general studies, health care specialist or business administration. More than 7,500 students were enrolled in those majors in 2013-2014 at the South Bend, Elkhart County or Warsaw campuses, according to data provided by the college. Some other degree or certificate programs? Not so much. And they could soon be on the chopping block. “Ultimately some of these programs will be eliminated,” said Thomas Coley, chancellor of Ivy Tech’s north central region, on the heels of a review of Ivy Tech degree programs statewide by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.

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