Ivy Tech to offer late-night classes in Indianapolis

Looking for something to do late at night?

How about going to college?

Ivy Tech Community College says it will
offer "moonlight madness" classes at its downtown Indianapolis campus this spring semester, which begins Jan. 11.
Classes will run from 9 p.m. to midnight.

Classes will be available in math, English, psychology and history.

Tech central Indiana Chancellor Hank Dunn says the late-night classes are designed to provide an option for students who find
it difficult to take classes at traditional times. The courses also will take advantage of parking spots and classrooms that
normally sit empty at night.

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