Indiana

Indiana

Indiana Universities And Colleges

Schools In Indiana

Indiana, the “Hoosier State”, is home to more than seven million people. Students in Indiana can choose from among more than 50 colleges, universities, and post-secondary career schools, several of which have multiple campuses. Indiana University and Purdue University, the two largest institutions in the state, enroll 46,000 and 39,000 students respectively.

IU may be best known for its strong music program, while Purdue’s reputation is based largely on the quality of its engineering offerings. Indiana admits a generous 72% of its undergraduate applicants, while Purdue is a bit more selective, sending letters offering admission to a little below 60% of those who apply for admission.

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IU has seven campuses throughout the state; Purdue has 6, as well as a division which offers online degrees at the master’s level in fields of study such as communications, learning design and technology, special education, aerospace management, and engineering. The community college system, Ivy Tech, has campuses in more than thirty towns and cities, and awards more year two-year degrees than any community college system in the nation.

Other relatively large state institutions are Indiana State University, which offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorates in more than 100 fields to about 12,500 students, Ball State University, which enrolls more than twenty thousand, and the University of Southern Illinois, with 10,000 students pursuing degrees in 80 majors.

There are 9 Catholic colleges and universities in Indiana, the best known of which is University of Notre Dame, which enrolls more than 10 thousand students. The most selective Catholic institution in the United States, Notre Dame admits just over one in five applicants.

Other notable institutions awarding degrees in Indiana include DePauw University, Earlham College, Hanover College, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, a small college known for high quality engineering programs, and Governors State University, which offers online degrees in 50 areas at the undergraduate and master’s levels.

Traditional Colleges In Indiana

Ancilla College

Anderson University

Ball State University

Bethel College

Butler University

DePauw University

DePauw University

Earlham College

Franklin College

Goshen College

Grace College and Theological Seminary

Hanover College

Holy Cross College

Huntington College

Indiana Institute of Technology

Indiana State University

Indiana University East

Indiana University Southeast

Indiana Wesleyan Univ.

Ivy Tech Community College

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu
  • Phone – 800-659-4562
  • Admissions – www.ivytech.edu/admissions
  • Financial Aid – www.ivytech.edu/financialaid

Manchester College

Marian College

Purdue University

Rose Hulman Institute of Technology

Saint Joseph’s College

St. Mary’s College

St. Mary-of-the-Woods College

Taylor University

Tri-State University

University of Evansville

University of Indianapolis

University of Notre Dame

University of Saint Francis

University of Southern Indiana

Wabash College

Indiana Community Colleges

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Ancilla College

  • Site – www.ancilla.edu
  • Address – 9601 Union Rd, Plymouth, IN 46563
  • Phone – (574) 936-8898

Ivy Tech Community College/Anderson

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/east-central
  • Address – 104 West 53rd Street Anderson, IN 46013-1502
  • Phone – 765-643-7133

Ivy Tech Community College/Bloomington

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/bloomington
  • Address – 200 Daniels Way, Bloomington, IN 47404
  • Phone – (812) 332-1559

Ivy Tech Community College/Connersville

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/richmond
  • Address – 717 W 21st St, Connersville, IN 47331
  • Phone – (765) 825-9394

Ivy Tech Community College/Elkhart

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/north-central
  • Address – 22531 County Road 18 Goshen, IN 46528
  • Phone – (888) 489-5463

Ivy Tech Community College/Fort Wayne

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/northeast
  • Address – 3800 N Anthony Blvd E Campus Dr, Fort Wayne, IN 46815
  • Phone – (260) 482-9171

Ivy Tech Community College/Gary

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu
  • Address – 1440 E 35th Ave, Gary, IN 46409
  • Phone – (219) 981-1111

Ivy Tech Community College/Indianapolis

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/central-indiana
  • Address – 50 W Fall Creek Pkwy N Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46208
  • Phone – (888) 489-5463

Ivy Tech Community College/Lafayette

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/central-indiana
  • Address – 3101 S Creasy Ln, Lafayette, IN 47905
  • Phone – (888) 489-5463

Ivy Tech Community College/Logansport

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu
  • Address – 1 Ivy Tech Way, Logansport, IN 46947
  • Phone – (574) 753-5101

Ivy Tech Community College/Marion

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/east-central
  • Address – 261 Commerce Dr, Marion, IN 46953
  • Phone – (765) 651-3100

Ivy Tech Community College/Muncie

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/central-indiana
  • Address – 4301 S Cowan Rd, Muncie, IN 47302
  • Phone – (888) 489-5463

Ivy Tech Community College/Richmond

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/richmond
  • Address – 2357 Chester Blvd, Richmond, IN 47374
  • Phone – (765) 966-2656

Ivy Tech Community College/South Bend

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/central-indiana
  • Address – 220 Dean Johnson Blvd, South Bend, IN 46601
  • Phone – (888) 489-5463

Ivy Tech Community College/Terre Haute

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu
  • Address – Meadows Shopping Center, 9A Meadows Shopping Center, Terre Haute, IN 47802
  • Phone – (812) 234-3446

Ivy Tech Community College/Wabash

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/kokomo
  • Address – 277 N Thorne St, Wabash, IN 46992
  • Phone – (260) 563-8828

Ivy Tech Community College/Batesville

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/southeast
  • Address – 1 Batesville Blvd, Batesville, IN 47006
  • Phone – (812) 934-3954

Ivy Tech Community College/Columbus

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/columbus
  • Address – 4475 Central Ave, Columbus, IN 47203
  • Phone – (812) 372-9925

Ivy Tech Community College/East Chicago

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/northwest
  • Address – 410 E Columbus Dr, East Chicago, IN 46312
  • Phone – (219) 392-3600

Ivy Tech Community College/Evansville

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/central-indiana
  • Address – 3501 N 1st Ave, Evansville, IN 47710
  • Phone – (812) 426-2865

Ivy Tech Community College/Franklin

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/columbus
  • Address – 2205 Mc Clain Dr, Franklin, IN 46131
  • Phone – (317) 738-9489

Ivy Tech Community College/Greencastle

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/
  • Address – 1 North Calbert Way, P.O. Box 780 Greencastle IN 46135
  • Phone – 765-653-7410 x.5016

Ivy Tech Community College/Kokomo

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/kokomo
  • Address – 1815 E Morgan St, Kokomo, IN 46901
  • Phone – (800) 459-0561

Ivy Tech Community College/Lawrenceburg

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/southeast
  • Address – 50 Walnut Street Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
  • Phone – (812) 537-4010

Ivy Tech Community College/Madison

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/southeast
  • Address – 590 Ivy Tech Dr, Madison, IN 47250
  • Phone – (812) 265-2580

Ivy Tech Community College/Michigan City

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/northwest
  • Address – 3714 Franklin St, Michigan City, IN 46360
  • Phone – (219) 879-9137

Ivy Tech Community College/New Castle

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/east-central
  • Address – 3325 S Memorial Dr, New Castle, IN 47362
  • Phone – (800) 589-8324

Ivy Tech Community College/Sellersburg

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/sellersburg
  • Address – 8204 Hwy 311 Sellersburg, IN 47172
  • Phone – (812) 246-3301

 

Ivy Tech Community College/Tell City

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/southwest
  • Address – 1034 31st St, Tell City, IN 47586
  • Phone – (888) 489-5463

Ivy Tech Community College/Valparaiso

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/northwest
  • Address – 2610 Portage Mall, Portage, IN 46368
  • Phone – (219) 762-9603

Ivy Tech Community College/Warsaw

  • Site – www.ivytech.edu/central-indiana
  • Address – 2610 Portage Mall, Portage, IN 46368
  • Phone – (219) 762-9603

Vocational, Trade & Career Schools

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Anderson

Indiana Business College

Davenport

Hamilton Technical College

Indiana Business College

Lafayette

Michigan City

Brown Mackie College

South Bend

Brown Mackie College

Fort Wayne

Brown Mackie College

International Business College

Indiana Business College

Kaplan College

Hammond

Art Institute of Indianapolis

Brown Mackie College

DeVry University

Indiana Business College

Kaplan College

Keller Graduate School of Management

Lincoln College of Technology

National College

TechSkills

University of Phoenix

Indianapolis

Elkhart

Indiana Business College

Evansville

Indiana Business College

Merrillville

Brown Mackie College

Everest College

DeVry University

Kaplan College

Keller Graduate School of Management

Muncie

Indiana Business College

Terre Haute

Indiana Business College

Indiana Online Colleges

Indiana is one among a growing number of states that is increasing the number of students enrolled in online degree programs. According to a 2012 report by the National Center for Education Statistics, over 11% of the students in the state taking courses from Title IV institutions were learning completely online. This number has undoubtedly grown since the report was published, making Indiana one of the best places for prospective students interested in distance learning. Consequently, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education enacted a plan in 2012 aimed at expanding online offerings. The goal was to increase graduation rates, with the rationale that providing students with more options for taking courses will increase the rate of graduation. This expansion includes more Associate’s and Bachelor’s degree offerings at the state’s public postsecondary institutions.

There are 60 colleges and universities in Indiana that offering online degree programs of some kind. Due to the state’s recent initiative, many of the best and most interesting programs can be found at the state’s public institutions. However, there are many private colleges in the state that offer a wide variety of programs at well, even if at a much higher tuition rate. Among the public institutions, Ball State University is one public university in the state that offers excellent degrees at relatively low costs. The U.S. News and World Report place the school at #168 among National Universities, #12 for Best Online Master’s In Psychology: Students Before Profits Award 2014-2015 and #34 for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. The school offers five Bachelor’s degree programs through it online system. These include degree programs for Business Administration, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Early Childhood Education, General Studies and Nursing. Associate’s degrees are available at the school in General Arts, and a blended online/face-to-face program in Radiology. A wide range of Master’s degree programs are also available, including degrees in Quantitative Psychology, Journalism, Interior Design and Urban Design. Three Doctoral degree programs can also be attained through the school: Nursing Practice, Adult, Higher and Community Education and a blended study in Educational Administration and Supervision.

Indiana University at Bloomington offers an impressive range of courses through its online system. The University ranks well on the U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings, achieving #72 for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs, #1 for Best MBA Programs, #1 for Best Online Graduate Business Programs (Excluding MBA) and #18 for Best Online Graduate Education Programs. Through IU Online, prospective students will find 17 undergraduate degree programs currently available, including programs in Health Sciences, Histotechnology, Labor Studies and Criminal Justice. Among the wide variety of graduate degrees, prospective students will find programs in Instructional Systems Technology (Ed.D and M.S.Ed), Data Science, Nutrition and Dietetics, Social Work and Technology: Facilities Management Emphasis, among many other choices. The school also offers a great variety of undergraduate and graduate certificates for prospective students.

Prospective students will find many high-quality online degree programs across the state of Indiana. As a whole, students who graduate from Indiana enjoy higher-than-average post-graduation salaries, while also enjoying tuition rates that are generally lower than can be found in many other cases in the United States.