Ivy Tech Community College is clamping down on the spread of coronavirus with a complete shutdown of buildings statewide. Ivy Tech said effective 5 p.m. today, buildings at all 18 campuses across Indiana will be off-limits until further notice.
“As we continued to follow and learn more about the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic we made the decision to take further steps to lessen the risk for our faculty, staff, students and the communities we serve,” said Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann.
Ivy Tech says it will continue to operate and deliver instruction wherever possible virtually as previously announced.
With the closure of its buildings, additional services to students will now also be provided virtually including advising, testing, financial aid and business office operations.
“This was a difficult decision to make, but one that will continue to help keep our communities safe. We are committed to continuing to serve our students as the state’s Community College during these difficult times,” said Ellsperman.
The college encourages staff and students to keep up to date through this link.