WASHINGTON, DC, September 17, 2014 –Today, at the North Meridian campus of Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, current students will meet with representatives from top four-year universities to explore the opportunity to transfer seamlessly and complete their bachelor degree.
This college transfer network event is brought to campus by the American Honors program, which enables Ivy Tech students to save as much as 30 to 40% in tuition by completing their associate degree with honors at Ivy Tech and then transfer to a top four-year university like the over 40 colleges and universities that participate in the American Honors Transfer Network.
Today, 19 universities from the American Honors Transfer Network will participate in the Open House, and will meet one-on-one with both American Honors program students as well as other students attending Ivy Tech. The universities attending the event include:
Amherst CollegeBaldwin Wallace University
Connecticut CollegeCornell College
George Mason UniversityIllinois Institute of Technology
Louisiana State UniversityMarian University
Middlebury CollegePitzer College
Purdue UniversityShimer College
Swarthmore CollegeTaylor University
University of ArizonaValparaiso University
Wabash CollegeWestern Michigan University
Recent American Honors program graduates have been accepted to schools such as Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, Purdue University, Ohio State University, Georgetown University, and Smith College. The 2013 class received over $2.2 million in scholarships and grants from their transfer schools.
When: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Location: Ivy Tech North Meridian Campus – IFC Building, 50 West Fall Creek Parkway North Drive Indianapolis, IN 4620 (Room 422)
- 12:00pm-1:00pm: Open to American Honors students
- 1:00pm-2:00pm: Open to all Ivy Tech students
For more information, please contact Info@AmericanHonors.org.
American Honors is a 2-year honors program offered through the collaboration of DC-based Quad Learning and leading community colleges. For more information about the American Honors program and network, visit AmericanHonors.org.