Indiana Tech has been providing education for learners of all ages since 1930. Our College of Professional Studies has been assisting working adults with degree completion and furthering their careers since 1982. We understand how difficult it can be to attend school while serving in the military or as a veteran adjusting to civilian life.
Indiana Tech provides you with affordable, convenient, and flexible degree options from a regionally accredited nonprofit university with a variety of delivery modes:
- Classroom-based five or six week courses that meet one evening per week
- Online courses in which class work may be completed according to your time schedule
If you still have questions or comments about the admissions process, email us at email@example.com.
How to apply
To apply to Indiana Tech, make sure to follow the following steps:
Set an appointment to meet with your personal admissions representative or submit a request for information form.
Submit your previous college transcripts.
Request your Joint Services Transcripts.
Submit either an undergraduate application for admission or graduate application for admission.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if you are using financial aid (Indiana Tech’s school code is 001805). If you’re using VA benefits, you may qualify for more than one benefit.
Apply for VA benefits, if you have not already done this. If you are planning on using military tuition assistance, contact your installation education center, or ESO to apply for tuition assistance.
Contact Indiana Tech’s veterans specialist for questions about your VA or TA benefits.
Register for classes. Your personal admissions representative will help you schedule and register for your classes.
Submit your Certificate of Eligibility or Tuition Assistance Approved Authorization to our veterans specialist.