Lumina Foundation

Lumina initiative aims to boost college grad ranks

December 4, 2013
Associated Press
The Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation's overall goal is to raise the percentage of Americans with college degrees from 38 percent to 60 percent by 2025.
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Lumina betting $10M on startupsRestricted Content

September 1, 2012
J.K. Wall
Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation, one of the nation’s largest donors to education groups, has given $10 million to a venture capital firm to fund for-profit startups with ideas to meet the nation’s education challenges.
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Ivy Tech wins $784,000 to re-enroll former students

September 29, 2010
J.K. Wall
The money is part of an effort by Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation to boost the number of Americans with college-level degrees.
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LEADING QUESTIONS: Education guru's back-to-school advice

August 4, 2010
Mason King
LQ_Merisotis_Watch_VideoCollege costs continue to soar, putting more pressure on students. Jamie Merisotis, CEO of the Lumina Foundation, offers advice on how to keep them enrolled and engaged in school.
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Need quality, quantity in higher ed

April 10, 2010
In his [March 29] column, “Set sights on education, not graduation,” Morton Marcus raises a vital point about Indiana’s higher education reform efforts—but he overlooks a larger one.
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  2. If you only knew....

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