About 66 percent of high school graduates in Indiana went to college in 2012, compared to 64 percent in 2011.
Lilly Endowment gave $62 million this week to Indiana universities, in hopes of providing graduates with jobs more in line with their degrees.
Two state bills aim to increase efficiency in higher education in Indiana, and some Indiana University faculty members are concerned about the consequences.
Four Indiana higher education institutions will collaborate to create a new health and medical school in Evansville next year.
A new state law requires Indiana high schools to take steps to make sure students are ready for college-level coursework.
Ivy Tech's tuition increase is higher than the 2 percent the Indiana Commission for Higher Education recommended.
On Tuesday and Wednesday representatives from nearly every state will meet in Indianapolis to discuss a proposal that would standardize online higher education.
Some work study positions will disappear at Indiana University campuses, but the school’s flagship may be spared.
Indiana lawmakers say making the state’s higher education scholarship programs easier to understand and use will help increase graduation rates.
Indiana’s Commission for Higher Education has asked the state’s public colleges and universities to hold tuition increases to the rate of economic inflation.