Questions and Answers about Ivy Tech Community College

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How are the working hours?

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Acceptable and accomodating

Answered - Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) - Valparaiso, IN

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The working hours were 6 to 10 PM. Adults worked through the day so they went to night school

Answered - Adjunct Professor of Mathematics (Former Employee) - Gary, IN

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A typical week: 3 Hours and 50 minutes of lectures hours + preparing class materials including quizzes and slides + grading labs and quizzes + Answering emails + everything else is extra.

Answered - Adjunct Faculty (Current Employee) - Fort Wayne, IN

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Did not work for the school

Answered - Student (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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8-5 most days. Some allow shifting hours but not a lot of night shifts available.

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Muncie, IN

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Some semesters they are great others not so much. This semester I have 10 credit hours, next semester I will have 3.

Answered - Adjunct Math Instructor (Current Employee) - Michigan City, IN

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Working hours vary for 8-10 hours/day depending on current demands

Answered - Accounting Instructor (Current Employee) - Fort Wayne, IN

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Convenient. the supervisors would communicate with the adjunct instructors for setting the schedule.

Answered - Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) - Evansville, IN

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The working hours are very unpredictable. I should have left a long time ago, but my students were my motivation to keep at it. Sometimes I would be expecting to teach three classes during a semester and due to politics and my superiors not getting along...I was the one to suffer. I am looking for a career where I can depend on a paycheck, have growth opportunities, invest in the company and eventually receive benefits.

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