Indiana Tech Warsaw To Host First Ever ‘Tech Day’

Indiana Tech’s Warsaw location is hosting its first ever “Tech Day,” an afternoon open house where students can learn more about the university’s degree and certificate programs, receive help with FAFSA completion, sign up for classes and more.

On Friday, the Warsaw admissions team will host Tech Day from 1 to 6 p.m. at 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw. Participants will be able to talk with admissions representatives, pick up information about the university’s online degree and certificate programs and learn more about the accelerated, six-week online course format — all while enjoying a free taco bar, according to a news release from Indiana Tech.

Indiana Tech offers career-focused undergraduate and graduate degree programs and credit-bearing certificates that are designed to fit the schedules of busy working adults. Classes are offered online, and sessions begin every six weeks, so students can start any time, take one class at a time and make rapid progress to degree completion.

Indiana Tech is an approved education provider for Indiana’s Workforce Ready Grant. Qualifying students can earn an undergraduate certificate from the university at no cost. Those who participate in Tech Day can talk with an admissions representative to learn more about this opportunity.

For more information about Tech Day or to learn more about Indiana Tech, contact Leo Patino at 574-268-9707, ext. 4720, or

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