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.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education says helping first-generation college students is key to reaching its goals.
Indiana missed the deadline to apply for aid from the federal program GEAR-UP.
The information is meant to help schools learn more about how well-prepared students are as they leave high school.
The percent of Hoosiers with college degrees is still below the national average.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education would be able to dictate how many credit hours it takes to graduate under a bill currently in the state Senate.
Sidewalk construction and upkeep in Bloomington is causing tension between some residents and city officials.
The Commission’s rate increase caps are three tiered – 2.5%, 3.0% and 3.5%.
The Senate Education committee heard testimony on a bill prohibiting illegal immigrants from paying in-state tuition at Indiana colleges and universities.