By: ISU Communications and Marketing Staff, ISU Communications and Marketing Staff
February 19, 2009
"As more students look to continue their education after completing associate degrees at Ivy Tech, we want them to know that we're there to help ensure a smooth transition to a baccalaureate program," said Melissa Hughes, director of outreach and co-director of Transfer Central in ISU's Division of Enrollment Management.
Linda Clark-Laffoon is serving as ISU's on-campus transfer coordinator at Ivy Tech. She previously worked as assistant to the dean of the Indiana State's School of Graduate Studies for one and one-half years following a 10-year stint as associate director of distance education at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College.
"I look forward to having more direct contact with students," Clark-Laffoon said of her new position. "Having a presence at Ivy Tech provides transfer students with the opportunity to make a face-to-face connection with someone from Indiana State. Making sure they feel comfortable on campus and are taking the right courses is vital to their continued success."
Indiana State has a revitalized dual admissions agreement enabling students to be enrolled at Ivy Tech and ISU at the same time, Clark-Laffoon noted. The university also has new scholarships available for transfer students, she said.
Ivy Tech-Wabash Valley students needing assistance with ISU transfer issues may contact Clark-Laffoon at 812-298-2529.
Indiana State University also has on-campus transfer coordinators on Ivy Tech campuses in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Columbus and at Vincennes University.
Contact: Linda Clark-Laffoon, Ivy Tech transfer coordinator, Division of Enrollment Management, Indiana State University, 812-298-2529 or email@example.com.
Writer: Dave Taylor, media relations director, Office of Communications & Marketing,Indiana State University, 812-237-3743 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Indiana State University now has a full-time transfer coordinator on the campus of Ivy Tech Community College-Wabash Valley.