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Costs listed are the approximate fees for the 2012-2013 school year unless marked with an asterisk, denoting fees for 2011–2012. Costs may vary based on majors, residency, and other factors. Financial aid is frequently available, and most schools encourage all parents to apply. All phone numbers are area code 317 unless indicated.
University of Evansville
Enrollment: 2,934. Tuition: $30,556. Room and board: $10,010. Degrees offered: associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s. About the school: More than half of the student body studies abroad at some point in their education, many at the university’s campus in England. The school offers more than 80 areas of study. 1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, 800-423-8633, evansville.edu
University of Indianapolis
Enrollment: 5,000-plus. Tuition and fees: $23,590. Room and board: $8,570. Degrees offered: associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: Founded in 1902 by what is now the United Methodist Church, UIndy made international headlines in 2009 when one of its students was crowned Miss America. The Center for Aging & Community and the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning make UIndy a national leader in aging studies and education reform. 1400 E. Hanna Ave., Indianapolis, 788-3368, uindy.edu
University of Notre Dame
Enrollment: 10,442. Tuition: $42,971. Room and board: $11,934. Degrees offered: bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: Notre Dame, a co-ed, private, Catholic school in northern Indiana, has much to be proud of: alumni like Condoleezza Rice and Phil Donahue, esteemed athletic teams, and, of course, its academic rigor. The Wall Street Journal has called Notre Dame one of the “new Ivies” in American higher education, and in recent years, Business Week has named its industrial-design program one of the best five in the world. 574-631-5000, nd.edu
University of Saint Francis
Enrollment: 2,300. Tuition: $23,560 (graduate tuition is $785 per credit hour). Room and board: $7,976 and up. Degrees offered: certificate, associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s. About the school: This Catholic university has been providing a liberal arts education in Indiana for more than 120 years. 2701 Spring St., Fort Wayne, 260-434-3100, sf.edu
University of Southern Indiana
Enrollment: 10,820. Tuition*: $193.07 per credit hour (in-state undergraduate), $459.58 per credit hour (out-of-state undergraduate); $280.21 per credit hour (in-state graduate student), $552.71 per credit hour (out-of-state graduate student). Room and board*: $3,600 and up. Degrees offered: associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, Ph.D. in nursing. About the school: USI offers majors in business, education, liberal arts, nursing, science, and engineering. 8600 University Blvd., Evansville, 812-464-8600, usi.edu
Enrollment: 4,000-plus. Tuition: $31,170. Room and board: $9,164 and up. Degrees offered: associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: Valpo, a NCAA Division I school, enjoys a location near Chicago and the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. 1700 Chapel Dr., Valparaiso, 219-464-5000, valpo.edu
Enrollment: 10,750. Tuition*: $4,491 (in-state), $7,023 (students from select Illinois counties), $10,908 (out-of-state). Room and board*: $7,604 and up. Degrees offered: certificate, associate’s, bachelor’s. About the school: The state’s first college, VU was founded in 1801 by William Henry Harrison, the ninth President of the United States. 1002 N. First St., Vincennes, 800-742-9198, vinu.edu
Enrollment: 875. Tuition: $33,300. Room and board: $8,300 and up. Degrees offered: bachelor’s. About the school: Located in the same area since its founding fathers knelt in the snow and dedicated the land in 1832, this all-male private institution wears its 175-year-plus history proudly. Classes have a student-to-faculty ratio of 11 to 1 or lower, and most faculty members hold the highest degree available in their fields. 301 W. Wabash Ave., Crawfordsville, 765-361-6100, wabash.edu
This information appeared in City Guide 2012.
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