Universities & Colleges in Indiana

University City
University of Notre Dame Notre Dame
Purdue University-Main Campus West Lafayette
Indiana University-Bloomington Bloomington
Ball State University Muncie
Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis Indianapolis
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Terre Haute
DePauw University Greencastle
Butler University Indianapolis
Wabash College Crawfordsville
Valparaiso University Valparaiso
University of Evansville Evansville
Trine University Angola
Taylor University Upland
Saint Mary's College Notre Dame
Hanover College Hanover
Anderson University Anderson
Indiana Wesleyan University-Marion Marion
University of Indianapolis Indianapolis
Goshen College Goshen
Grace College and Theological Seminary Winona Lake
Marian University Indianapolis
Huntington University Huntington
Franklin College Franklin
University of Southern Indiana Evansville
Bethel College-Indiana Mishawaka
Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne
Manchester University North Manchester
Indiana University-East Richmond
University of Saint Francis-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne
Purdue University-Calumet Campus Hammond
Saint Josephs College Rensselaer
Holy Cross College Notre Dame
Indiana University-Kokomo Kokomo
Indiana University-South Bend South Bend
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Saint Mary of the Wo
Oakland City University Oakland City
Purdue University-North Central Campus Westville
Indiana Institute of Technology Fort Wayne
Indiana University-Southeast New Albany
Indiana University-Northwest Gary
Indiana State University Terre Haute
Harrison College-Indianapolis Indianapolis
International Business College-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne
Martin University Indianapolis
Brown Mackie College-South Bend South Bend
Saint Meinrad School of Theology St. Meinrad
Vincennes University Vincennes
Brown Mackie College-Fort Wayne Fort Wayne
Trine University-Regional/Non-Traditional Campuses Fort Wayne
Concordia Theological Seminary Fort Wayne
Brown Mackie College-Merrillville Merrillville
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary Elkhart
Crossroads Bible College Indianapolis
Mid-America College of Funeral Service Jeffersonville
American College of Education Indianapolis
The Art Institute of Indianapolis Indianapolis
Calumet College of Saint Joseph Whiting
Christian Theological Seminary Indianapolis
Earlham College Richmond
Bethany Theological Seminary Richmond
Brown Mackie College-Michigan City Michigan City
Brown Mackie College-Indianapolis Indianapolis
Ottawa University-Jeffersonville Jeffersonville
University of Phoenix-Indiana Indianapolis


Indiana is a state located in the Great Lakes and Midwestern regions of the US. In the year 2011, a population of an estimated 6,500,000 people resided in Indiana. Indianapolis is the largest city of the state, and the fall time is one of the best seasons to take a vacation to Indiana because of the normal sunny days, low humidity conditions and the perfect weather but even the summers of this American state are equally loved. Indiana ranks 10th in the U.S when we talk about the number of foreign students studying here.

The state today reports around 20,000 foreign pupils and the percentage has gone up by up 8.5% from 2011. Most of the foreign students are found at the Purdue University, the Indiana University and the IUPUI. 20,000 and more foreign students come and study in Indiana every year, which proves that students studying here feel right at home, even when living so far away from theirs. Indiana offers international students and the residents' varied educational opportunities. The state boasts some of the best colleges and universities as well as private and state colleges, community colleges and online schools.

Tuition Fee
The cost of tuition fee for a year for example, for studying at the IUPUI is around $28,000 per year for the non-residents, and almost ~ $17,000 per year, for the residents apart from other various expenses.

Loans and Financial Aid
If you're planning for filing the FAFSA application, which is needed for the Federal Student Aid, then take a note of the college code of the University to which you are applying at. You ought to verify that code first before you use it with the FAFSA application. The Federal Student Aid office is a part of the American Department of Education that offers loans and grants to the applicants who are eligible for the same.

Major Industries
Tourism, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, the service industries and transportation are some of the major industries here in Indiana. The insurance industry too has been here for a long time now; many insurance firms have their headquarters as well as their regional offices located in the major cities. As per the Indiana Economic Development Corporation or the IEDC, Indiana has facilities which house businesses like Roche Diagnostics, Zimmer and Biomet. Indiana also boasts 5 Fortune 500 firms including WellPoint and the famous Eli Lilly. To beat that, Indiana had the 3rd fastest-developing economy about 2 years back, according to a report. These all are some great advantages of pursuing your higher education from colleges and universities in Indiana, for a brighter future.

Top Jobs
The following are the most popular employment in Indiana
Cost of Living
The cost of living in the state of Indiana is lesser than America's average. The yearly pay on an average in the state of Indiana is around $39,000.00, and this is lesser than the American annual average salary by around ~ $7,500.00.

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