A senior at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is suing the university for discrimination, harassment, and failure to accommodate his disability.
The engineering college graduated 540 students Saturday and broke ground on an expansion of the student union.
Of the 565 new students, 172 are women, an increase of 40 students over last year.
A service for the campus community will be held Saturday.
According to the Indiana Business Research Council, green jobs make up 1.7 percent of the state’s total employment.