The 2020-21 school year is approaching and Ivy Tech students looking to enroll in for classes in person have the opportunity do so, but in a different fashion.
"We're looking at ways to get our students back on track and get it back here and I know we're still having concerns with getting in close spaces so we're sharing the best practices from some of our other campuses, it's something that was tried in Lake County. So we brought it here we thought it was a great just to get people to come by, do it out doors, it's a beautiful day, and get all our students registered and comfortable and get things going for our fall semester," said Ivy Tech Evansville Campus Chancellor Daniela Vidal.
Ivy Tech will hold in person classes this school year, though many aspects to that experience will be different.
"We have gone through all of our classrooms and made sure that every student is at least 6 feet apart from each other. We have put sign-age in all the doors for one entry point and one exit point and in all of our hallways. We do have a mask requirement anytime you are in the building and of course we're using a very good approach to sanitizing so every day our sanitizing crews are going through every room. But we're also asking everybody to just clean your space," said Vidal.
The schools of Business, Logistics and Supply Chain, Public Affairs and Social Services, and Information Technology will be taking enrollment on taking enrollment on July 30th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.