Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University is the distance learning arm of Tiffin University of Ohio, an independent, coeducational private school that was founded in 1888. Ivy Bridge College offers online programs in the fields of General Studies, Accounting, Business, Computer and Information Technology, Healthcare Administration, and Law Enforcement.
Financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships and loans are accepted. Students will need to contact the Financial Aid Office to find out about eligibility requirements and loan application procedures.
Admission to Ivy Bridge College may be done through the phone by calling an Ivy Bridge admissions representative; or through the internet by completing an online application form. Applicants will be required to present copies of their high school transcripts (or GED results). Other documents such as college transcripts or diplomas may be requested as well. The Ivy Bridge College Admissions Committee will advise applicants of additional requirements and of the status of their application.
Ivy Bridge, through Tiffin University, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Ivy Bridge has transfer agreements with other academic institutions in the United States, thus, credits gained from Ivy Bridge College can be credited to other schools.
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