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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 of Indiana's colleges and universities.
Indiana State University
Enrollment: 11,494. Tuition: $7,898 (in-state undergraduate), $7,444 (out-of-state undergraduate); $366 per credit hour (in-state graduate student), $719 (out-of-state graduate student). Room and board: $8,262. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: The school offers more than 100 academic majors, ranging from criminology to education, its most popular major. ISU supports a lively student community with clubs, organizations, NCAA athletic programs, and a Greek system. 200 N. Seventh St., Terre Haute, 800-468-6478, indstate.edu
Enrollment: 7,010. Tuition: $23,970. Room and board: $7,420 and up. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s, Ph.D. in Global Leadership. About the school: Indiana Tech is a four-year private co-ed residential university that offers degrees in engineering, business, computer science, criminal justice, education, and more. Accelerated degree programs are offered at satellite campuses to fit the needs of working adult students. Main campus: 1600 E. Washington Blvd., Fort Wayne, 260-422-5561. Satellite campuses: Elkhart, Greenwood, Huntington, Indianapolis, Plainfield, South Bend, and Warsaw, indianatech.edu
Enrollment: 42,464. Tuition: $10,034 (in-state), $31,484 (out-of-state). Room and board: $8,854 and up. Degrees offered: certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: Indiana’s premier public liberal arts university system draws nearly 40 percent of its student body from out of state with wide academic offerings including business, music, education, health, informatics, journalism, law, and more. The postcard-worthy campus and the bohemian small-college-town atmosphere don’t hurt. Satellite campuses are found in all parts of the state, including Gary, Kokomo, New Albany, Richmond, and South Bend. 107 S. Indiana Ave., Bloomington, 812-855-0661, iub.edu
Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis
Enrollment: 30,300. Tuition: $254 per credit hour (in-state undergraduate), $936 per credit hour (out-of-state undergraduate); graduate-level fees vary by program. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: IUPUI combines programs from Purdue University and Indiana University at its campus just west of downtown Indy. More than 250 degree programs are offered in schools including medicine (at the second-largest med school in the country), law, dentistry, nursing, health, and social work. Students take advantage of the downtown locale while working or doing internships. 425 University Blvd., Indianapolis, 274-4591, with another campus in Fort Wayne, iupui.edu
Indiana Wesleyan University
Enrollment: 3,188 (Marion campus), 12,000-plus (education centers). Tuition: $23,164. Room and board: $7,412. Degrees offered: certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral. About the school: This evangelical Christian university offers more than 80 majors, from art to theology and ministry. 4201 S. Washington St., Marion, 866-468-6498, with nine educational centers throughout Indiana, indwes.edu
Ivy Tech Community College
Enrollment: 35,247 (Indianapolis campus). Tuition: $111.15 per credit hour (in-state), $239.40 per credit hour (out-of-state). Degrees offered: certificate, technical certificate, associate. About the school: Ivy Tech is Indiana’s largest post-secondary degree-granting institution and the nation’s largest singly accredited statewide community college system. It offers two-year associate degrees and one-year technical certificates in fields such as nursing, computer technology, education, business, and advanced manufacturing. Credits can also be transferred to four-year schools throughout the state. It caters to both traditional students and adults changing careers or seeking development in their field. Main campus: 50 W. Fall Creek Pkwy. North Dr., Indianapolis, 888-489-5463, with 30 more campuses throughout Indiana, ivytech.edu
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