Provided below are important dates for new students that parents should know about before sending their child off to college. This is a summary of just a few of the deadlines we feel you need to be aware of and is not meant to be an all-inclusive list.
Indiana Tech follows a rolling admissions process. This means that there are no set deadlines for prospective students to submit their application for admission. However, we do encourage students to do this by March in order to apply for financial aid and request student housing.
Make sure you check with our office or your son or daughter’s high school guidance counselor for a complete list of important dates and other information that you and your child should be aware of when applying to college.
2017 Dates to Remember
|Indiana Deadline to file the FAFSA||March 10||If you’re an Indiana resident filing a FAFSA, you will need to do it by this date.|
|New student registration||March-August||New student registration days are held at various times from March until August. Your child will need to sign up for one with our office.|
|Tuition and Housing Deposit Refund Deadline||May 1||New student tuition and housing deposits will not be refundable after this date.|
|Move-in day||August 18||When students are able to move into on-campus housing. Student athletes should check with their coach for move-in dates.|
|Registration and Orientation||August 18-20||All new students are required to attend Warrior Orientation where important academic services and expectations are discussed. They will also be introduced to our campus. A session for parents is also held that will help you to support, understand, and encourage your child as they make the transition to university life.|
|Textbook pick-up begins||August 18-20||Students can pick up their textbooks from our bookroom in the Warrior Fieldhouse.|
|First day of classes||August 21||Classes begin.|
For more important deadlines and dates, please refer to the following resources:
You can also contact our office for additional information.