Whether the goal is to enter into a good career, or to get a better, more affordable start to a bachelor’s degree by transferring credits on to a four-year school, Ivy Tech has been helping students define success for their own unique paths for over 50 years.
Titans Athletics provides an opportunity for student athletes in northeast Indiana by allowing them to develop their potential both on the field and in the classroom as they prepare for a future that is uniquely theirs. By joining the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), Ivy Tech Fort Wayne has been able to provide student athletes the opportunity to develop under a collegiate athletic program with an affordable price tag, making the experience more accessible and providing an even broader range of opportunities for our regional athletes.
Ivy Tech Fort Wayne is proud to offer diverse opportunities that foster student success. The Titans Athletic Program offers student athletes the chance to excel both in the classroom and in athletics. In addition to our Baseball Program, we are thrilled to be launching our first women’s team for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Titans Volleyball program will kick off next year and offer an opportunity for female students to compete. Titan Athletics are funded 100% by the philanthropic support of community partners, sponsors, and private donors. We want to develop better students, better athletes, and better citizens through our academic and athletic programs and show the world what Indiana is capable of both on the field and off.
This Giving Tuesday we are thrilled to have a dollar for dollar match and we invite you to join Ivy Tech Fort Wayne in support of our student athletes.
Choose a giving level
Your gift of $10 helps our student-athletes have the proper equipment and gear needed to compete. For example, $10 could purchase a new pair of socks for a baseball player.
A gift of $1000 will provide not only training aids and athletic supplies for our players, it will also help our student athletes compete and become better students, better athletes, and better citizens.