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Ivy Tech announces major system reorganization


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INDIANAPOLIS — Ivy Tech Community College’s State Board of Trustees has announced what it is calling the most substantial organizational changes in the system's 50-year history.

Among them, Ivy Tech will operate with 11 regional chancellors, a number that was at one time as high as 14, according to a Tuesday news release.

Consolidation of regions will include Columbus/Franklin, which has been overseen by Chancellor John Hogan, who has been named associate vice president for student affairs within the Ivy Tech statewide system.

The Columbus region, which includes degree-granting locations of Columbus and Franklin, will be combined with the Southeast region, which includes locations in Batesville, Lawrenceburg and Madison, the release said. These locations will be overseen by a single chancellor.

Ivy Tech said an interim chancellor for the newly defined Columbus/Franklin region will be named in the coming weeks.

For more on this story, see Wednesday's Republic.

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