Students enrolled at Indiana Tech are required to carry health insurance. To help you meet this requirement, registered students are automatically enrolled into the Indiana Tech Student Health Insurance Plan. Fees for the Student Health Insurance Plan are charged to your student account along with your tuition. If you have existing health insurance and do not wish to be enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan, you must submit a student health insurance form through my.indianatech.edu. Your waiver is submitted through my.indianatech.edu.
For more information on Indiana Tech’s health insurance plan, please visit our health insurance information page.
Information about our tuition and other important information about funding your education can be found on our financial aid page.
In your first year, you will be registered for classes by our Registrar. Your section will be assigned to you, and you will receive information in mid-July regarding your class schedule, books lists, etc. Plan to be in class between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. most days, with breaks between classes. Some days, your classes may enroll as late as 6:00pm.
You can view our academic calendar for a better idea of what to expect.
Access to my.indianatech.edu, the university’s information portal where you can access your financial aid information, class schedules, and other important law school information, will be provided following the June 1 second deposit deadline and once you have paid your second deposit. Once you have set up your MyIndianaTech account, you may set up you law school email account through the portal.
Book lists are distributed before orientation and may be purchased or rented by students online or at any preferred book store.
Mandatory first-year orientation will be held prior to the start of class.
The student handbook has a wealth of information on law school courses, policies, and procedures. You are responsible for being familiar with the information therein.
Working in Law School
Although part-time employment in law-related fields can substantially assist law students both financially and professionally, such employment can also impose time pressures that detract significantly from law studies. It is recommended that a student should not be employed more than 20 hours per week in any week in which the student is enrolled in more than twelve class hours. If a student chooses to be employed more than 20 hours per week, it is also recommended that the student enroll in fewer than 10 hours and lengthen the period of law study.