Ivy Tech President Tom Snyder says that he’s not worried about the cost of a freeze.
The school's board of trustees hope the decision will lead to more male and female applicants.
As the decision deadline approaches, students considering college in Indiana are weighing the potential implications of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
A Payscale.com report ranks the institutions that provide the best long-term returns on investment for students and their financially-challenged parents.
A large increase is anticipated in the number of students taking advantage of the scholarship program over the next two years.
A new campaign pushes students to take at least 15 credit hours a semester and a vaccine could slow a disease that killed an estimated 8 million pigs.
One in three students at the Indiana's four-year public colleges and universities finish school within four years,
The Commission on Higher Education is hosting events and webinars this week to encourage Indiana high school students to pursue college.
Ken Sauer testified before Congress Wednesday, asking that a better system be put in place to equate certain military experience with college credit.
A new state law requires Indiana high schools to take steps to make sure students are ready for college-level coursework.