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| I have been at Indiana Tech for two years now and I like my degree program here. I also like the variety of extracurricular activities. What I do not like about the school is how unhelpful the faculty is here. When I call either the financial aid office or the business office during regular business hours, I hardly ever get an answer. It gets very frustrating when I need to take care of important business with the financial aid office and the people in there do not answer calls. The faculty is the Cunningham building office also have not met my expected standards. During finals week I turned in a big assignment to a receptionist to leave in my teachers mailbox. I could not turn it in myself because I had a track meet coming up on the day it was due. I received a lower grade in the class because my teacher did not receive the assignment that I left with the woman at the desk. Another problem with the school is the distribution of refund money. Hardly anyone gets their money on time. On top of the frustration this brings to people, the staff in the financial aid office also continues to tell people that their refunds will be available on certain days that they are not available. This year the office told me that my refund would be available at the end of the week for about three or four weeks in a row. |
|May 16 2011|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2013 |
|Not so bright|
The best part of the school is easily the tight-knit community of it. It's so small that you know everybody or at least know of them. The teachers for the most part are very kind and helpful, and can be reached at all times during class hours.|
If you're looking to party every day and night, don't come here. There are two fraternities on campus SigEp and SigPi. Both hold small parties every weekend or so but big once about once or twice a semester. Brothers in both houses are usually very cool and laid back.
I definately think there should be more greeks on campus to stimulate the nightlife here.
Fort Wayne is an ok city, but unless you know where to go, there isn't really much to do.
Overall I enjoy it here, I just wish it was a little bit bigger. It's growing and someday it may be there, but not while I'm here.
Also, this school is mostly for sports, business, and engineering.
|Feb 20 2011|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2014 |
| Foreword: Don't make a decision based on my review. I won't try to cover every aspect of the school. Nor will I try to write a review that can answer everyone's questions.|
Beautiful campus and supportive staff. They care about how you feel about the academics. I am transferring closer to home next semester. Upon finding out, the ENTIRE department reviewed the curriculum of the school I am transferring to, the admissions office called my house, and I was asked about my decision to transfer by my advisor. They were supportive of my what I decided, but at the same time cared about why I was leaving, and asked for advice to improve the program here. There are a lot of things I liked, and a few I didn't. I won't get into specifics because that will be the case at any school. All in all, I had a positive experience during my time here.
Understand that this is a small school in a city of business (not a lot to do). If you want to party, be on a large campus, have tons to do in the city, I would advise going elsewhere. If you want professors willing to work with you and don't mind living on a small campus, then this is a good fit.This is a growing school, a work-in-progress. It will continue to get better as the years go on and has a lot o potential. Visit the campus and ask BOTH students and staff questions based on what you want from college.
|Dec 16 2010|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2014 |