Ivy Tech trying to make transfer process smoother

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Ivy Tech Community College says it's trying to make it easier for its students to transfer to four-year colleges.

Indianapolis-based Ivy Tech said it has assigned "transfer advocates" at each of the community college's 14 regions around the state. The advocates can answer questions from students and help them understand the transfer process.

Ivy Tech also is touting one statewide phone number as a first point of contact for students with questions about transferring credits. The school also is making sure curriculums posted online for students are accurate.

Ivy Tech president Thomas Snyder said the goal is to provide a seamless transfer process.


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