A student may sue the Indianapolis area school district, alleging officials failed to protect her from repeated racial harassment and threats of violence.
Students will gather at the statehouse today, calling on legislators to protect funding for financial aid.
Freezing temps affect surrounding counties, causing delays and closures.
IU officials are extending their condolences to the family of a student who died after being found unconscious at a fraternity house.
Almost 4,000 students in grades 6-12 remain unvaccinated in the Vigo County School Corporation, despite new state regulations.
Western Governor's University is experiencing tremendous growth just months after being established.
Indiana University is looking at ways to provide more options to students who need financial aid.
The New Census report covers a number of economic indicators from unemployment to health insurance statistics.
The President of Ivy Tech Community College is staying on for another three years.
Thursday afternoon, 20 math teachers from South Korea wrapped up a month-long visit to Indiana University’s School of Education.