If Congress fails to act by July 1, student loan interest rates will double, but some parents and students say that is not affecting their choice of college.
Some work study positions will disappear at Indiana University campuses, but the school’s flagship may be spared.
Coaches say the decision could keep younger athletes from joining the sport, but a former gold medalist explains the decision was a long time coming.
Lawmakers agree on the need for more technical and vocational education options but disagree on how to implement them.
State Sen. Jim Banks introduced six bills that he says will reduce student's college tuition while holding universities accountable for the funds they receive.
University presidents who testified Wednesday tried to prove to lawmakers that their school is working to reduce the cost of college.
Educators and counselors say sexual assaults often happen in settings where the victim would be unlikely or unable to use a gun in self-defense.
The incentives for counties to participate go beyond wanting students to succeed.
17 students received the scholarship last year. This year, there have been more than 200 applicants.
A program allowing Indiana prisoners to earn college degrees from behind bars produced its last class of graduates this past year.