Three More Frequently Asked Questions About INHP’s Education Courses

By Maggy Staab, homeowner development support associate

Here are three more frequently asked questions about the INHP Education Department.

Where are INHP classes held?

Most often, our on-site classes (in an actual classroom) are held at the INHP Homeownership Center at Glendale located at:

2620 Kessler Boulevard East Drive, Suite #230
Indianapolis, IN 46220.

Regularly, we hold classes off-site to accommodate those who live in different parts of Indianapolis. Most of the time, those classes are at one of two locations:

John Boner Neighborhood Centers
2236 E. 10th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46201
University of Indianapolis
1400 Hanna Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46227

Rarely, we will hold a special session of a class in a location that is separate from the three listed above. The best way to know where your class is taking place is to check our website at www.inhp.org/take-class, or call the Education Department at 317-610-463

When are INHP classes held?

Three INHP courses (excluding Successful Renting, which is offered exclusively online) are offered in the classroom at least once every month on weekday evenings and Saturdays. The schedule can vary slightly from month to month, so check www.inhp.org/take-class for specific dates and times for each course.Additionally, all INHP courses are offered online, meaning you can take them whenever your schedule allows.

Who teaches the classes?

INHP has an in-house team of experienced instructors who teach the courses at all our sites. Combined, our team has more than 20 years of experience in training, curriculum development, and financial counseling.

For more information, or to register for any INHP courses, visit www.inhp.org/take-class.

Still have questions? Contact the INHP Education Department at 317-610-4631 or email mstaab@inhp.org.

This is Part Two of a four-part blog series in celebration of National Financial Literacy month. Click here for Part One.