The Center for Lifelong Learning
ADULT AND YOUTH CLASSES
For the purposes of registration in adult classes, you must be 16 years of age at the start of the class. Classes for youth are listed with the specific ages/grade levels in the class description and some classes for adults may only allow 18+ to register.
All students under 18 must be registered by an adult and sign the Youth Participation Release form. This form is inserted in print catalogs and extra copies may be downloaded here for those registering by mail. When registering a minor online parents/guardians can fill out this information when creating a Household Profile and e-sign the release form as part of registration.
The Center for Lifelong Learning follows the Ivy Tech-Bloomington campus procedure for emergency cancellation of classes. We will do our best to inform all students as soon as possible in case of a rare cancellation. If we’re open and you’re not able to travel to class, please call us.
Classes listed with an IVY SENIOR are priced at a reduced rate for learners age 65 or older.
Nothing cancels a good course quicker than everyone waiting until the last minute to register. If there are not enough registrations by the registration deadline, the course may be cancelled. Coming on the day a course begins will not resurrect it. Additionally, most programs have limited space available as well as registration deadlines. After the registration deadline, please call for space availability.
Ivy Tech faculty and staff are eligible for fee remission. Use your Ivy Tech email credentials when registering and submit a Fee Remission Request & Addendum to HR to be eligible. Download the form here.
If you need to cancel your registration, please contact us at least 7 days before the first class meeting to receive a full refund or credit. No refunds or credits will be issued after this time except for documented emergencies.
Click here to review the College's and CLL's policy.
The Center for Lifelong Learning reserves the right to use substitute instructors and alternate facilities and schedules when necessary.
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Ivy Tech Community College provides accommodations for persons with documented disabilities in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Students who have, or think they may have a disability (e.g. psychiatric, attention, learning, vision, hearing, physical, or systemic), please let staff know in advance.