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.
The Tour 4 Diversity is a traveling conference that aims to inspire minorities to enter the field of medicine.
Only 28 percent of Hoosier students pursuing a bachelor’s degree finish in four years.
McRobbie calls Daniels a strong leader with a demonstrated track record of success.
The plan IU announced Monday to cut summer school tuition isn't just about saving money — it's about declaring a political ceasefire.
Indiana’s higher education funding has been receiving big cuts over the past couple of years, and students are left with part of that burden.
Not all public universities are pleased with the Indiana General Assembly’s recent 28 billion dollar budget.