High School Students

Once you begin your college search, you’re embarking on a journey that will change your life. You’ve taken the first step – exploring our website and putting together information on whether or not we’d be a good fit for your collegiate goals. We look for a diverse mix of students with a wide variety of talents and goals who will succeed academically and thrive in our community.

If this sounds like you, here are a few resources to help you throughout the admission process.

  • Request information if you have questions for us, or if you’re not quite ready to apply yet and want to let us know you’re interested.
  • Browse our majors to make sure we have something you are interested in.
  • Schedule a visit and spend some time walking around campus and learning what we’re all about.
  • Check out our costs and learn more about financial aid. Be sure share this information with your parents.
  • Learn about student housing if you plan to live on-campus.
  • Apply for admission when you’re ready to take that next step.

Application Requirements

Our online application is free, easy to navigate, and completely secure. It takes just a few minutes to complete, and there’s no essay required. Get started today by completing these simple steps:

  1. Submit your application.
  2. Send official high school transcripts to the admissions office.
  3. Send SAT and/or ACT scores to the admissions office.

Some high school transcripts list SAT and/or ACT scores. Please talk with your high school guidance counselor to determine whether your standardized test scores are listed on your transcript, as this is an acceptable method of submitting your scores.

You can also submit your test scores electronically. Visit CollegeBoard.org and use SAT code 1323, or visit ACT.org and use ACT code 1208.

ACT/SAT Preparation

Approach your exams with confidence by taking advantage of these free prep guides:

These guides include valuable details to help you prepare for the test, such as:

  • Test locations
  • Dates
  • Costs
  • Free study materials
  • Tips and tricks
  • Much more…

Early Start Program requirements

Indiana Tech’s Early Start Program is designed to give high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. Tech’s immersive academic environment promotes hands-on, career-focused learning opportunities. Students can also experience life as an Indiana Tech Warrior outside the classroom.

What’s the best part? Students benefit from a discounted tuition rate. Tuition is just $75 per class with no additional course fees. Apply today by completing these simple steps:

  1. Submit your application.
  2. Send official high school transcripts to our admissions office.*
  3. Send SAT and/or ACT scores  to our admissions office (if available).
*Current high school juniors and seniors with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) are eligible to participate in the Early Start Program. Students with a cumulative GPA between 2.0 and 2.49 (on a 4.0 scale) are still eligible to apply, but acceptance cannot be guaranteed.