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Our annual list of schools in Central Indiana and colleges and universities statewide: test scores, tuition, and more.
Costs listed are the approximate fees for the 2012-2013 school year unless otherwise noted. 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. This list does not include all Indiana colleges and universities.
Enrollment: 2,600. Tuition: $25,400. Room and board: $8,860. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: This private Christian liberal arts school offers more than 60 majors and several graduate programs. 1100 E. Fifth St., Anderson, 800-428-6414, anderson.edu
Art Institute of Indianapolis
Enrollment: 900. Tuition: Generally $481 per credit hour. Housing: $5,130. Degrees offered: certificate, associate, bachelor’s. About the school: AI Indy offers year-round studies in design, fashion, media, and more. Its International Culinary School is part of the largest system of culinary programs on the continent. 3500 Depauw Blvd., 866-441-9031, aii.edu/indianapolis
Ball State University
Enrollment: 22,000. Tuition: $8,318 (in-state), $22,988 (out-of-state) for undergraduates; $7,666 (in-state), $19,114 (out-of-state) for graduate students. Room and board: $7,630 and up. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, specialist. About the school: Ball State, founded in 1899 as a private teacher’s college, is an NCAA Division I public university with nationally ranked programs in architecture, business, music, telecommunications, and other disciplines. Ball State has invested strongly in campus technology and became the state’s first university to qualify as an Apple Authorized Training Center. 2000 W. University Ave., Muncie, 800-382-8540, cms.bsu.edu
Enrollment: 4,667. Tuition: $32,280. Room and board: $10,830. Degrees offered: bachelor’s, master’s, doctor of pharmacy. About the school: Located five miles from downtown Indy, Butler is a private, independent university offering more than 60 majors. It was ranked second-best university in the Regional Universities Midwest category of the 2011 and 2012 U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges,” with nationally ranked programs in pharmacy and dance. 4600 Sunset Ave., 800-368-6852, butler.edu
Christian Theological Seminary
Enrollment: 234. Tuition: $560 per credit hour (tuition reduction available for seniors age 62 and older). Room and board: $7,530 (estimated, on-campus). Degrees offered: master’s, doctoral, certificate. About the school: Affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), CTS offers master’s degrees in divinity, mental health counseling, marriage and family therapy, theological studies, and multicultural Christian education. 1000 W. 42nd St., 924-1331, cts.edu
Enrollment: 2,390. Tuition: $38,280. Room and board: $10,200. Degrees offered: bachelor’s. About the school: At this Methodist-affiliated liberal-arts college, nearly all students live on campus, and approximately 70 percent take part in the Greek system. The annual football game against Wabash College, known as the Monon Bell, draws national attention. 313 S. Locust St., Greencastle, 765-658-4800, depauw.edu
Enrollment: 320 (Indianapolis campus). Tuition: $365–$609 per credit hour. Degrees offered: bachelor’s, associate, master’s, graduate certificates. About the school: DeVry University has more than 95 locations nationwide. At its two Indiana locations, DeVry offers seven undergraduate degree programs in areas including business and technology. Indianapolis: 9100 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 350, 581-8854. Northern Indiana: 1000 E. 80th Pl., Ste. 222 Mall, Merrillville, 219-736-7440, devry.edu
Enrollment: 1,181. Tuition: $39,200. Room and board: $7,910. Degrees offered: bachelor’s, master’s in education, divinity/ministry, and arts in religion. About the school: Founded by Quakers in 1847, Earlham College is an independent liberal arts college organized around four academic divisions: Fine Arts, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. 801 National Rd. West, Richmond, 800-327-5426, earlham.edu
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Tuition: $6,648 for undergraduates, $5,532 for graduates (estimated). Degrees offered: certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the world’s largest fully accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace, offers more than 35 degree programs, including Aviation, Business, and Engineering. 5640 Professional Circle, Indianapolis, 487-6281, erau.edu
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