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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: 1,000. Tuition: $26,710. Room and board: $7,950. Degrees offered: bachelor’s. About the school: Founded in 1834, Franklin College is a residential undergraduate liberal arts institution offering 36 majors. In 1842, the college became the first co-ed institution in Indiana and only the seventh in the nation. The charming small-town campus includes 60 student organizations and a Greek system, and Indy is about 20 miles away. 101 Branigin Blvd., Franklin, 738-8000, franklincollege.edu
Enrollment: 1,000. Tuition: $26,900. Room and board: $9,000. Degrees offered: bachelor’s, master’s. About the school: A Goshen education isn’t confined to the northern Indiana campus: The private Christian liberal arts college owns a marine biology laboratory in Florida and a 1,189-acre environmental learning center about 30 miles south of Goshen, and is home to one of the top-ranked study abroad programs in the country. Top majors include nursing, music, biology, elementary education, and business. 1700 S. Main St., Goshen, 574-535-7000, goshen.edu
Enrollment: 1,100. Tuition: $29,668. Room and board: $9,230. Degrees offered: bachelor’s. About the school: Students can choose from 30 majors, or design their own, on this beautiful campus on the Ohio River. 359 LaGrange Rd., Hanover, 812-866-7000, hanover.edu
Degrees offered: diploma, certificate, associate, bachelor’s. About the school: Created to help students of all ages and backgrounds advance in the workplace, Harrison is growing rapidly. Dozens of degree programs have debuted, including programs such as logistics, interactive media design, health informatics, and project management. Indianapolis Campus (including The Chef’s Academy): 550 E. Washington St., 264-5656; Indianapolis East Campus: 8150 Brookville Rd., 375-8000; Indianapolis Northwest Campus: 6300 Technology Center Dr., 873-6500. Satellite campuses: Anderson, Columbus, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Lafayette, Muncie, and Terre Haute, harrison.edu
Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI
Enrollment: 900-plus. Tuition: $254.10 per credit hour (in-state undergraduate), $936 per credit hour (out-of-state undergraduate); graduate-level fees vary by program. Degrees offered: bachelor’s, master’s. About the school: In the heart of Indy is Herron School of Art and Design, part of Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), an urban research campus of 30,000 students. Herron is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, and the faculty is comprised of professional artists, published scholars, and working designers. Herron includes the Basile Center for Art, Design and Public Life, a laboratory for applying the talents and skills of artists to the visual needs of businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies. 735 W. New York St., 278-9400, herron.iupui.edu
Enrollment: 1,163. Tuition: $23,300. Room and board: $7,940. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s, Ph.D. in Global Leadership. About the school: This Christ-centered university offers more than 70 academic programs. 2303 College Ave., Huntington, 260-356-6000, huntington.edu
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