The trustees of Ivy Tech Community College unanimously voted Wednesday to hire former Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann as the college’s ninth president.
Her candidacy was supported by Republican Gov. Mike Pence, who appoints all members of the Ivy Tech board.
Sue Ellspermann, a Republican, resigned as lieutenant governor in March saying she would seek the Ivy Tech job.
Eric Holcomb will take over as the state's new Lieutenant Governor after he's confirmed by legislators.
Ivy Tech Community College was the only institution that didn’t receive funding for projects in the recently passed state budget.
Ivy Tech President Thomas Snyder says the changes will increase efficiency and create better relationships with local communities.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan announced Monday his appointment of retiring Ivy Tech Chancellor John Whikehart to the position of Deputy Mayor.
The school broke down its increase by credit hour, but most classes are several credit hours.
Tom Snyder says in the next few years, he wants to expand on what he has done to increase enrollment of students entering a technology-driven workforce.
The Department of Corrections and Ivy Tech allowed their two-year contract to expire after disagreements over funding and staffing.