Ivy Tech, Trilogy Health Partnering

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Ivy Tech Community College has announced a new statewide partnership with Louisville-based Trilogy Health Services LLC. The partnership is being conducted through the Achieve Your Degree program, allowing Trilogy employees to pursue their education with the company providing financial assistance.

Trilogy employees will be able to attend classes beginning this fall at Ivy Tech campuses throughout the state, including Indianapolis, Lafayette and Evansville. Ivy Tech says Trilogy has nearly 130 employees currently enrolled at Ivy Tech, who will transition into the Achieve Your Degree program.

The college adds Trilogy will assist with tuition, fee and book costs for employees participating in the program. Though based in Louisville, Trilogy operates senior living facilities throughout Indiana and four other states.

"Trilogy is demonstrating to their employees and the communities in which they serve, their investment toward continued improvement, high quality care, and long-term success," said Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann. "Their employees have a wonderful opportunity to earn a credential that will open doors for career advancement."

Ivy Tech is offering in-state tuition for all participants, regardless of where they live. Students will also receive assistance from Ivy Tech on the college and financial aid application process.

You can learn more about the Achieve Your Degree program by clicking here.  

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