A new report says Indiana is making progress to close achievement gaps in higher education, but also shows that some groups still lag behind.
On time graduation rates for Indiana’s college students have increased by 13.9 percent over the past five years.
A new partnership between the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Ivy Tech Community College will make tuition discounts available to some Hoosier employees as part of an existing program at the two-year college.
Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers says the public’s confidence in higher education needs to improve.
Military veterans won’t have certain financial resources counted against them when applying for tuition aid under legislation advanced Tuesday.
College-bound students often have a sea of information to navigate though, but the state has now partnered with a national nonprofit to make that easier.
As Purdue University’s College of Liberal Arts prepares to offer three-year degrees, there’s little data to suggest the idea warrants an expansion.
The achievement gap between minorities and the overall student population was cut nearly in half across all campuses.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie's total compensation of $1,067,074 includes $600,000 in base pay.
Ivy Tech’s campuses currently serve students at a regional level, but going forward they will focus on specific towns.