Colleges and Universities in Indiana

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The colleges and universities of Indiana are testaments to one of the best-educated states in the union – the first to mandate public schools, and a haven for top-tier liberal arts colleges. Indiana does higher education right, with access, affordability, and limitless options.

Public Colleges and Universities in Indiana

  • Ball State University – Muncie
  • Indiana State University – Terre Haute
  • Indiana University-Bloomington – Bloomington
  • Indiana University-East – Richmond
  • Indiana University-Kokomo – Kokomo
  • Indiana University–Northwest – Gary
  • Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne
  • Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis 
  • Indiana University-South Bend
  • Indiana University-Southeast – New Albany

Community Colleges in Indiana

  • Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana – Various Locations

Private Colleges and Universities in Indiana

  • Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary – Elkhart
  • Ancilla College – Donaldson
  • Anderson University – Anderson
  • Bethany Theological Seminary – Richmond
  • Bethel College – Mishawaka
  • Brown Mackie College
  • Butler University – Indianapolis
  • Calumet College of Saint Joseph – Whiting
  • Christian Theological Seminary – Indianapolis
  • Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne
  • Crossroads Bible College – Indianapolis
  • DePauw University – Greencastle
  • Earlham College – Richmond
  • Franklin College – Franklin
  • Goshen College – Goshen
  • Grace College and Theological Seminary – Winona Lake
  • Hanover College – Hanover
  • Holy Cross College – Notre Dame
  • Huntington University – Huntington
  • Indiana Institute of Technology – Fort Wayne
  • Indiana Wesleyan University – Marion
  • Manchester University – North Manchester
  • Marian University – Indianapolis

The Higher Education Scene in Indiana

Home to the University of Notre Dame and Purdue University, the state of Indiana has a superior reputation for both private and public schools. The Indiana Department of Education lists ninety-five accredited universities and colleges on their web site. This list includes traditional 2-year and 4-year schools located all over the state. Despite having an abundance of schools to choose from many students in Indiana live in rural areas and need a more convenient way to attend school. Indiana has done an excellent job of creating online programs for their nontraditional Hoosiers through their public schools, and by allowing accredited, private online schools to make inroads in the state.

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Fast Company in a Growing Indiana

The Indianapolis 500 isn’t the only speedy place in Indiana – metropolitan areas in Indiana are growing rapidly. In fact, the Indianapolis metro area is the 20th fastest growing county in the United States. Overall the population in Indiana will grow 15% in the next 30 years. That means the state will need a well-educated generation of doctors, teachers, social workers, computer scientists, etc. to see the state through the changes to come. They are well prepared to meet that need and provide a first-rate education to anyone who wants to matriculate in the Hoosier state!

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