Indiana Tech has relocated its northwest Indiana campus from Munster to Hammond. The school says the move was necessary to better serve the growing needs of its students and corporate partners.
The new campus is located at near Interstate 80 and Kennedy Avenue in Hammond. Indiana Tech says the facility offers greater convenience and more educational amenities.
“For more than a decade, Indiana Tech has had great success in helping northwest Indiana’s busy working adults achieve their academic goals,” said Steve Herendeen, vice president for enrollment management at Indiana Tech. “We are excited to be able to continue doing so with a new location that offers students many updated amenities. We look forward to working with students and our corporate partners in the region for many years to come.”
The school says the new campus gives students and employers from throughout the region greater access to resources, such as upgraded classroom facilities and a new state-of-the-art computer lab.