An application for admission can be found here. It is important to request that your guidance counselor send your official high school transcript and standardized test scores directly to Ivy Bridge College.
Your transcript and test scores can be sent to:
Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University
6056 Deer Park Court
Toledo, Ohio 43614
You can also have transcripts and test scores faxed to us at 866-214-4849.
Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University operates with a rolling admissions policy. Applications are accepted until the first day of class for each semester.
We offer the following degree programs:
Ivy Bridge College has Articulation—or Transfer Agreements—in place with Tiffin University and dozens of other colleges and universities throughout the United States. These agreements make it easier for students to be accepted into and to transfer credits to four-year institutions.
All faculty members possess a minimum of a Master's degree. You will never have a graduate student or teaching assistant as your professor. Ivy Bridge College faculty members are experts in their field and bring a great deal of practical experience and insight into the classroom. All Ivy Bridge faculty are specially trained in online teaching techniques that make your learning experience valuable and engaging.
Your largest class will be no more than 30 students. This small class size allows for more personalized attention and the development of a rapport between the students and the professor.
You will have a lot of support from your coach, tutors and instructors, but keep in mind this is an accredited, rigorous program. We pride ourselves on making sure every student is excellently prepared to transfer to a four year school or step into a successful career. On average, expect to spend 1.5-2 hours each day for each course. Thus 3-4 hours each day for 2 course full-time load, a total of about 25 hours a week.
Our goal (and our passion!) is to see you succeed, and we offer extensive support services to help. Online tutoring is available between 10 am and midnight Eastern Time every day. Tutors will provide you with the expert guidance might need on a full range of academic skills that are useful in any degree concentration. In addition, you'll also find the faculty accessible and willing to help. All full-time faculty members have at least 3 office hours per week and are also available by individual appointment. You are encouraged to discuss questions or concerns with your professor. Library Services are also available to you. The Pfeiffer Library is a member of the Ohio Private Academic Libraries (OPAL) consortium and OhioLINK, a consortium of Ohio's college and university libraries. This valuable resource provides the entire university community with online access to interlibrary loans, full-text journals, and research databases.
Graduating Ivy Bridge students earn a degree from Tiffin University, which is authorized by the Ohio Board of Regents, and accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Commission (NCA) and by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Making the transition from high school to college is a major life change, no matter what your particular circumstances. That is why every Ivy Bridge student has his or her own Success Coach. In fact, before you start your first class, a Success Coach will already be assigned to you, ready to help with all aspects of your academic transition.
Success Coaches contact students regularly through scheduled phone calls, e-mail, instant messaging, and text messaging. They help students adjust to college life, offer input on what courses to take, help them register for classes, discuss assignments and concerns, and work with them to set both short-term and long-term goals.
Ivy Bridge College is an online college. To be enrolled in Ivy Bridge, you
MUST have uninterrupted access to a computer that meets minimum technical specifications and broadband internet.
You cannot attend class without a computer and high speed internet! The minimum computer requirements are as follows:
Minimum Hardware Requirements:
Required Browser Plug-ins & Downloads:
Important Information about using a Mac OSX
Ivy Bridge College tuition and fees are as follows:
Effective for all classes starting May 7th, 2012 or later (Summer 2012 semester)
Full-time Tuition (12-16 credit/semester): $4,250per semester
Part-time Tuition (3-11 credits/semester): $400 per credit
For all terms prior to May 7, 2012
Full-time Tuition (12-16 credit/semester): $4,950per semester
Part-time Tuition (3-11 credits/semester): $330 per credit
Transcript Fee: $5
Graduation Fee: $90
Returned Check Fee: $35
Interest is charged on past due accounts @ 1% per month.
We are confident our students receive a real value for their educational expense. We also realize that the cost of any college education is significant. With careful planning and financial aid help, however, you can afford college. Start the financial aid process by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. For specific information and/or qualifications, contact your admissions representative or the financial aid counselor at 866-944-4228.
The Office of Career Development provides a variety of services as you prepare for your career, including internship leads; part-time, summer, and full-time employment opportunities; one-on-one career counseling; job search workshops; resume assistance; and interview preparation. As an Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University student, you also have access to an extensive career library containing contacts, job leads, and resource information on career requirements, trends, and graduate programs.
Ivy Bridge is different from other online colleges. We don't train you for a narrowly defined career. We prepare you for a future that's wide open. With your hard work and help from our Success Coaches, faculty and staff, you can use your Ivy Bridge College education as the foundation for almost any career you can imagine. We look forward to seeing where your Ivy Bridge degree takes you.
The sooner you begin your degree at Ivy Bridge, the closer you’ll be to graduation and the future you deserve. Have questions or need more information? Contact our Admissions Office today, toll-free, at 866-498-6952 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our admissions team can help find the right academic pathway for you and your individual goals. Contact us today by calling 866-498-6952 or email email@example.com.