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IPFW joins Midwest Exchange Journal Gazette Some out-of-state students will get cheaper tuition through a program announced Friday by IPFW officials.
IPFW Seeking More Tuition Affordability Inside Indiana Business IPFW has announced plans to make tuition more affordable for prospective out-of-state students. The university has signed an agreement with the Midwest Student Exchange Program and will offer the discounted tuition rate for undergraduate students beginning this fall.
Verbatim: IPFW agreement with Midwest Student Exchange Program Journal Gazette Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) officials announced today an agreement with the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) to offer more affordable tuition to prospective out-of-state new students in the fall of 2017. The program will be offered at the undergraduate level.
PICTURE: First IPFW Wind Festival a success Journal Gazdette Crown Point High School sophomore Dugan Dailey totes his bass back to his school bus after his orchestra's performance at Thursday's inaugural Wind Festival at IPFW. More than 1,200 students from 20 Indiana high and middle schools attended a two-day conference of performances and music educational clinics with professionals from several Midwest universities.
Water main break at IPFW News-Sentinel Water will be unavailable at the Rhinehart Music Center and sections of Walb Student Union on the campus of IPFW for at least eight hours after a water main break.
Good staff even harder to find these days Journal Gazette The restaurant is slowly trying to build a relationship with local universities that have culinary and hospitality programs. At a recent event, IPFW and high school students were servers and a student who showed particular enthusiasm – asking questions and taking notes – was offered a job. Shuey says he will work part time while in school.
Dick Stoner works his magic on IPFW crowd News-Sentinel Stoner, who turned 87 on April 4 and still works afternoons at his Stoner’s Funstore, closed out a variety show fundraiser for The Communicator, IPFW’s student newspaper, that included music, stand-up comedy, and a silent auction.
VIDEO: Show raises funds for IPFW newspaper Journal Gazette Jo Bauman, who works in the IPFW nursing department, bids on an item in the silent auction Tuesday. The Communicator gives students real-world experience in journalism, design and ad sales.
PICTURE: Hard core workout Journal Gazette IPFW psychology major Katie Beier and workout buddy Evan Boucher, a communications major, share a laugh while doing some planks to strengthen their cores at the Hilliard Gates Sports Center on Monday. The facility is open to members seven days a week, allowing students a chance to blow off some steam.
EACS Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Folks to retire News-Sentinel Folks was named successor to Karyle Green in June of 2013. The IPFW and Purdue University graduate previously served as a principal for Northern Wells Community Schools and Northwestern Allen County Schools. His most recent appointment prior to EACS was as assistant superintendent of Marion Community Schools.