Sociopolitical comedian W. Kamau Bell spoke at IU about race in America at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day leadership breakfast.
Purdue's acquisition of for-profit Kaplan has been marked with controversy ever since it was announced last April.
The State Board of Education has proposed a plan to change Indiana's grading system for school accountability, which has already been met with some criticism.
Legislation that would fix a school funding shortfall unanimously passed out of a key General Assembly committee Wednesday.
Military veterans won’t have certain financial resources counted against them when applying for tuition aid under legislation advanced Tuesday.
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame found those who receive mentorship support had a greater chance of completing an associates degree.
The dean of the IU Kelley School of Business will join two alumni in South Korea for a celebratory torch relay before the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Lawmakers will consider legislation to identify and provide help to schools that are facing financial problems before they reach crisis levels.
The school plans to more than double the number of degrees and credentials awarded annually over the next five years.
Two bills filed in the Indiana General Assembly would give ways for immigrants who graduate from an Indiana high school to be eligible for in-state tuition.