Indiana Institute of Technology, or Indiana Tech, is a private, independent, nondenominational university located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, a thriving community in the northeastern corner of Indiana. The institute was founded in 1930 as “Indiana Technical College” and its present name was adopted in 1963. The college’s curriculum aims at preparing students for active participation in the complex, global society of the new century, and motivates them toward a life of significance and worth. The university is approved and officially recognized by the U.S. Office of Education and the U.S. State Department. It has earned accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, IACBE, and ABET. In addition, Indiana Tech is a member of the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) and adheres to its policies and practices. The institute provides learners of all ages with career-focused professional education in the areas of business, computer studies, engineering, and other professional concentrations. Major courses include Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Associate of Science, Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Management (MSM) and Master of Science in Engineering (MSE). This lively 37-acre campus has a number of separate blocks. The Commons, the university’s largest building (70,000 square feet) houses a library with a coffee shop, cafeteria, student union, theater, bowling alleys, gift shop, campus ministry, and conference center. McMillen Library is equipped with more than 33,000 volumes of books on various subjects. More than 93% of the students, from a variety of states and foreign countries, receive financial assistance through some combination of merit and/or need-based scholarships, grants, loans, tuition reimbursement, and federal programs. Apart from their studies, students are encouraged to take part in extracurricular and co-curricular activities. To promote student life, the institution has national or local fraternities and sororities plus more than 30 other student clubs and organizations.