To further our commitment to relationship-based education, Indiana Tech offers a variety of academic resources to assist students in achieving success in the classroom.
Each student is assigned an academic advisor upon enrollment at Indiana Tech. The main goal of the advisor is to provide students with support and guidance toward academic and personal success. All advisors are available for a minimum of 18 hours per week to assist students in whatever they need to be successful in the classroom.
Each student is also assigned an academic coach upon enrollment at Indiana Tech. Students are assigned an academic coach based on their major and their academic coach is there to help them through their college career by offering study and test taking skills, time management skills, finding campus resources, overcoming personal challenges, and more.
One major benefit to an Indiana Tech education is that the cost of textbooks is already included in tuition. Textbooks are rented to each student. At the beginning of each semester, Indiana Tech students with a valid student ID are able to pick up their textbooks from the bookroom in the Warrior Fieldhouse. Textbooks are to be returned to the book room at the close of each semester. The cost of books that are not returned is added to the student’s account.
With an impressive collection of books, journals, magazines, and online databases, research is easy for students at Indiana Tech. The library databases can be accessed from the comfort of your residence hall or even from home. McMillen Library also features several computer workstations where students can complete research projects, write classroom essays, or just browse the Internet. McMillen Library is located in the Snyder Academic Center.
24-hour computer lab
Located in the Snyder Academic Center on the first floor, the 24-hour computer lab allows students to have around-the-clock access to computers and printers. A valid student ID is required to access the building and computer lab after regular business hours.
All students are provided an initial $100 credit (1,000 pages) for printing each academic year. Any unused credit will be cleared and the balance will be reset for the following year.