Indiana State University's president says he wants the school's enrollment to grow by nearly 20 percent over the next six years.
The FSSA says they've received over 140,000 applications and over 81 percent of them were filled out online.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education says the state should make more resources available for non-traditional adult students.
The university attributes the high numbers to additional graduate programs and a larger incoming freshman class.
IU Bloomington enrollment numbers are down from last year by 50 students.
The nonprofit watchdog group Law School Transparency has been critical of law schools that advertise the potential success of graduates.
A judge this week decided the state should have looked at this year’s enrollment, rather than last's, when distributing funding to the schools
Tom Snyder says in the next few years, he wants to expand on what he has done to increase enrollment of students entering a technology-driven workforce.
This year's freshman class is at an all time high of 2,668 students. Its total enrollment is the highest it has been in 20 years.
A representative with the Center for American Progress says the strength of Indiana’s funding formula is when it calculates enrollment.