Division of Continuing Studies

Contact Us:

IPFW Division of Continuing Studies
2101 E. Coliseum Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
By Phone: 260-481-6828
By Fax: 260-481-6949
In Person: Kettler Hall, Room 145

Prospective Faculty

The IPFW Division of Continuing Studies is always looking for motivated and creative instructors to be part of our lifelong learning and outreach efforts.
We’re looking for people interested in teaching courses in the following programs:

1. Personal Enrichment and Professional Development noncredit courses offered to the general public.
2. Off-campus credit courses offered in Auburn, Bluffton, Decatur, Huntington, Warsaw and other locations.
3. Online Learning credit courses offered via Internet, TV and teleconferencing.
4. Weekend College credit courses offered on IPFW campus on Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays.
5. Graduate Teacher Workshops offered for license renewal and graduate education credits.

Off-campus Credit Courses/Weekend College

Qualified applicants (master's degree or higher) that are interested in teaching off-campus credit courses (offered in Auburn, Bluffton, Decatur, Huntington, Warsaw and other locations), Weekend College credit courses, offered at IPFW on Friday nights, Saturdays, and Sundays, or two-way videoconferencing courses (see two-way planning resource page) may submit an application packet to Jennifer Mayhall, Director of Site-Based Programs.

Distance Learning

Qualified applicants (master's degree or higher) that are interested in teaching distance-learning credit courses (offered via Internet, TV, video/DVD and teleconferencing), may submit an application packet to Karen Van Gorder , Director of Distance Learning.

Application Packet

  • Cover letter stating area of interest and delivery method
  • Vita
  • Original transcripts (sent directly from the institution to director)
  • Three original letters of recommendation

For application information please choose one of the links below.

I’m interested in teaching:
personal and/or professional development noncredit courses
off-campus credit courses
• online learning credit courses
weekend credit courses
teacher workshops


The IPFW Division of Continuing Studies is always looking for motivated and creative instructors to be part of our lifelong learning and outreach efforts.
We’re looking for people interested in teaching courses in the following programs:

1. Personal Enrichment and Professional Development noncredit courses offered to the general public.
2. Off-campus credit courses offered in Auburn, Bluffton, Decatur, Huntington, Warsaw and other locations.
3. Online Learning credit courses offered via Internet, TV and teleconferencing.
4. Weekend College credit courses offered on IPFW campus on Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays.
5. Graduate Teacher Workshops offered for license renewal and graduate education credits.

Personal and Professional Development

If you’re interested in teaching a personal enrichment or professional development noncredit course please print out and fill out the Intention to teach form and email the form to learnnow@ipfw.edu:

IPFW Division of Continuing Studies
Personal & Professional Development
2101 E. Coliseum Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499  

Off-campus Credit Courses/Weekend College/Graduate Teacher Workshops

Qualified applicants (master's degree or higher) that are interested in teaching off-campus credit courses (offered in Auburn, Bluffton, Decatur, Huntington, Warsaw and other locations), Weekend College credit courses, offered at IPFW on Friday nights, Saturdays, and Sundays, or two-way videoconferencing courses may submit an application packet to Jennifer Mayhall, Director of Off-campus, Weekend, and Accelerated Programs.

Online Learning

Qualified applicants (master's degree or higher) that are interested in teaching online learning credit courses (offered via Internet, TV), may submit an application packet to Karen VanGorder, Director of Online Learning.

Application Packet

  • Cover letter stating area of interest and delivery method
  • Vita
  • Original transcripts (sent directly from the institution to director)
  • Three original letters of recommendation