Indiana Tech is showcasing its newest campus. The Fort Wayne-based college held an open house Thursday in Lafayette, giving Indiana Tech a presence in 17 communities throughout the state, Illinois, Kentucky and Michigan.

President Karl Einolf says "through our College of Professional Studies, Indiana Tech has succeeded in providing education that fits the needs and schedules of busy working adults. We are pleased to bring our career-enhancing degree programs to Lafayette and we look forward to working with your community's students and employers for many years to come."

The 4,145 square-foot campus in Tippecanoe County includes two classrooms and computer technology.

In addition to Lafayette, Indiana Tech has locations in:

  • Indiana: Elkhart, Evansville, Fishers, Fort Wayne, Greenwood, Huntington, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Kendallville, Mishawaka, Munster and Warsaw
  • Michigan: Detroit
  • Kentucky: Louisville and Northern Kentucky
  • Illinois: Naperville and Wilmette

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