Express Enrollment Day June 24 at Ivy Tech Evansville

express-enrollment-dayEvansville, IN- Ivy Tech Community College Evansville will host Express Enrollment Day, on Saturday, June 24, for individuals interested in enrolling in classes for fall 2017. The free event is designed to assist interested individuals in completing the enrollment process, potentially, all in one day!

The event is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ivy Tech’s Evansville campus, 3501 N. 1st Avenue, in Evansville.

At the event students will have the opportunity to:

  • Complete the FAFSA or have their financial aid questions answered.  Also, students can learn more about aid such as grants, scholarships and loans.
  • Create their MyIvy account, complete their FYIvy and schedule a face-to-face orientation session.
  • Determine what assessments may be needed to enroll.
  • Meet with an academic advisor.
  • Register for classes.

Here is what students should bring to Express Enrollment:

  • Government issued ID
  • Tax information (if filing a FAFSA-Ivy Tech code 009917)
  • High School and/or College Transcripts – whichever applies
  • An idea of what he/she would like to study

For more information and to RSVP, visit

Express Enrollment Day June 24 at Ivy Tech Evansville

Ivy Tech Community College Announces Jonathan Weinzapfel as Chancellor of Evansville Campus as Part of Restructure Project

WeinzapfelEvansville, IN — Ivy Tech Community College has named Jonathan Weinzapfel to serve as Chancellor of its Evansville campus as a part of its organizational restructure announcement.  The new structure, to better align with community needs at the campus level and empower campuses to be responsive and nimble in meeting local needs, was announced on Tuesday.

Prior to the change, multiple campuses reported to regional leadership,  including the college’s Evansville and Terre Haute campuses reporting to a single chancellor, a role Weinzapfel held.  Evansville will now be self-sustaining campus with Weinzapfel serving as the Chancellor. In Terre Haute, Lea Anne Crooks will continue as the Campus President. Further announcements regarding additional Chancellor appointments will continue through Aug. 1.

“We appreciate Jonathan’s dedication to Ivy Tech and to the difficult work of leading not only the Evansville campus, but also the Terre Haute campus since May 2014. His leadership of the combined regions developed several successful programs and best practices that have been replicated across the state,” Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann said.  “This new structure, with Jonathan at the helm of the Evansville campus, will allow Ivy Tech to more intentionally focus on community needs of Evansville and southwest Indiana.”

“I look forward to continuing to lead the Evansville campus as we serve the Evansville community and Southwest Indiana. The faculty and staff at Ivy Tech’s Evansville campus are extraordinary and provide our students with the skills and knowledge they need to learn, live and work in our communities and beyond.”

While serving in his role Ivy Tech, Weinzapfel developed and promoted the popular Achieve Your Degree™ program, aligning business and industry tuition reimbursement dollars with Federal Financial Aid, and deferring tuition payments until employees receive their company tuition funding – at the completion of the semester. This program is now been offered throughout the state via nearly 70 employers and more than 2,600 students have enrolled.

His leadership, vision, and direction also led to the Evansville campus receiving a $667,000 grant from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, to offer free classes to individuals wanting the skills necessary to work in manufacturing; and paying the students during their class and on-the-job training.  Among successes at the Terre Haute campus, was a $1.2 million grant from the Economic Development Administration for the college’s Precision Agriculture Technology program.

He came to Ivy Tech from Faegre Baker Daniels where he focused his legal practice on economic development issues and municipal consulting. Previously, Weinzapfel served two terms as Mayor of the City of Evansville and five years as a state representative.

Weinzapfel serves on several boards including the Terre Haute Economic Development Corporation, Vigo County School Corporation Superintendent’s Advisory Board, Accelerate West Central Indiana Economic Development, Rural Health Innovation Collaborative Board of Directors, the Indiana Humanities Board of Trustees, Deaconess Board of Directors, NeuMed Board of Directors, WNIN Board of Directors, Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Board of Directors, Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science Board of Trustees, Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville Wisdom Council, United Way of Southwest Indiana, and most recently was named to the Board of Directors of the Indiana United Way.

He is also a member of Rotary of Evansville, Southwest Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Jasper Chamber of Commerce.

In 2012, Weinzapfel earned an honorary degree of Associate of Science in College and Community Service from Ivy Tech. He has also earned a J.D. from the Indiana University School of Law, a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Indiana University.

Ivy Tech Community College Announces Jonathan Weinzapfel as Chancellor of Evansville Campus as Part of Restructure Project

Ivy Tech, Habitat for Humanity Form Partnership To Assist Habitat Families with College Degree

Habitat for Humanity and Ivy Tech Community College today (6-15-17) announced a partnership to offer career counseling and scholarship funding to assist Habitat homeowners and their families to attain a college degree.

IvySucceed will help individuals to understand where their strengths lie, to set goals, and to determine next steps to earn a degree. For those who have already earned a degree or certificate, Ivy Tech will provide assistance with interview skills and resume development. Habitat and Ivy Tech have also partnered to provide $10,000 in scholarship funds in this pilot program to assist a minimum of five individuals through completion of their college degree.

The announcement was made as a part of Habitat’s annual Faith in Action Breakfast, where Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann, was the guest speaker.

In addition, Ivy Tech’s Visual Communication program will build an App for Habitat, for homeowners to have an easy way to track their “sweat equity” hours that each individual must fulfill. Ivy Tech will also provide one college credit to all who have completed the Habitat Homeowners Money Management Seminar Habitat offers.

“We are pleased to partner with Habitat and help homeowners and their children through the IvySucceed initiative,” said Jonathan Weinzapfel, chancellor of Ivy Tech in Evansville. “Housing brings family stability, and education brings family self-sufficiency. Helping individuals succeed by determining their skill sets and career goals – and matching that with the use of federal financial aid and scholarships – will help those who desire to go to college, to realize their goals.”

“Habitat for Humanity helps families achieve strength, stability and self-reliance through homeownership.  Combined with the strong educational foundation that Ivy Tech provides, a family can reach that next level in life – however they define it,” said Beth Ann Folz, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Evansville.  “IvySucceed is an exciting initiative which brings together the synergy of a stable home with the opportunity of education for a good-paying, in-demand job in the community.”

Individuals interested in this opportunity should go to to fill out an interest form to receive more information.

Ivy Tech, Habitat for Humanity Form Partnership To Assist Habitat Families with College Degree