Academic awards

Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. - Seneca

WGU Ivy Tech Partner Scholarship

  • December 2010

  • Western Governor's University

  • A $2,000 competitive program and scholarship awarded based on academic record, readiness for online study at WGU, an d current competency, plus other considerations.

All-Indiana Academic Team - First Team

  • March 2007

  • Phi Theta Kappa, USA Today, and American Assoc for Jr Colleges

  • The 10 Indiana contestants who receive the highest scores in the All-USA competition are named to the Indiana "First Team."

Student Delegate, Networking Committee, Indiana Campus Compact

  • November 2006

  • Ivy Tech Community College, Region 5

  • Through ICC’s partnership with Ivy Tech, both curricular and co-curricular (outside the classroom) service-learning and civic-engagement activities will become more commonplace, giving students more opportunities to learn leadership skills, decision-making skills, and civic responsibility.

Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship

  • August 2006

  • Indiana State University

  • $4,000 - Applicants for Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships must hold an associate of arts, associate of science, or an associate of applied science. Other requirements include a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 and membership in Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society.

Coca-Cola Scholarship

  • June 2006

  • Coca-Cola Foundation

  • Students are selected on academic merit and community service participation. This $1,000 scholarship helped complete my studies at Ivy Tech.

Outstanding Student Award for Excellence - CIS program

  • May 2006

  • Ivy Tech Community College, Region 5

  • Each program in the Region comes together to select and honor its outstanding graduates, who havedistinguished themselves through academic achievement, college and community service, leadership in extracurricular activities, and potential for continued success.

Five Star Membership Award

  • May 2006

  • Beta Gamma Zeta - Phi Theta Kappa

  • Highest membership level based on contributions and service during the 2005-2006 academic year.

Chancellor's Award Nominee

  • May 2006

  • Ivy Tech Community College, Region 5

  • One of twelve students nominated for the highest student award in the Region.

Student Leadership Academy Graduate

  • April 2006

  • Ivy Tech Community College

  • Accepted to participate in the state-wide Student Leadership Academy to strengthen skills in leadership of the self, team, organization, and evaluate the process of change. Program dates: September 2006 through April 2006.

Association for Career & Technical Education (ACTE)

  • March 2006

  • National Policy Seminar, Washington D.C

  • Lobbied on Capitol Hill on behalf of Career & Technical Education, specifically to request continued funding of the Perkin’s Act

Career & Technical Education Award for Excellence

  • February 2006

  • Indiana Career & Technical Education

  • Ranked #1 in the State in a highly competitive selection process. Excellence in CTE is exemplified in achievement of an individual’s maximum potential in scholarship, citizenship and character, leadership, employability, and career and technical skill proficiency. Awarded subsequent trip to Washington DC to attend the CTE National Policy Seminar.

Eugene Spiess Scholarship

  • February 2006

  • Phi Theta Kappa

  • 2 nd Place $300 Scholarship awarded at the Indiana Regional Phi Theta Kappa Convention in Indianapolis, IN

Harvey S. Poling, Jr. Memorial Endowment

  • September 2005

  • Ivy Tech Community College, Region 5

  • $500 Scholarship held by the Ivy Tech Foundation is established as a tribute to a veteran teacher and Ivy Tech Community College Administrator, Harvey S. Poling, Jr.