The proposed funding model was crafted by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, which the General Assembly tasked with researching a new formula to cover costs at Indiana’s state colleges and universities.
Commission recommends new funding model for higher education
The proposed funding model comes from the Commission for Higher Education, which the General Assembly tasked with researching a new formula to cover costs at Indiana’s state colleges and universities.Read More
Butler to host Big East championships at new Esports Park
The 7,500-square-foot Butler Esports Park will officially open to the community on Friday. The facility includes PC and console gaming and event space, as well as co-working spaces, a studio and production room, and a cafe.Read More
Circle City Classic doesn’t rule out return of football in 2023
On Sept. 24, instead of a football game, marching bands and a step competition among fraternities and sororities from historically Black colleges and universities will be in the spotlight at Lucas Oil Stadium.Read More
Ivy Tech spent years trying to improve rock bottom graduation rates—and it’s working
Over the last decade, Ivy Tech Community College, which serves about 74,000 students across the state, has made steady gains in completion rates.Read More
The school says the campaign, titled “Journey to 2030: Always Forward,” had already raised $240 million prior to the public launch last week.
The future of affirmative action in higher education is on the table as the Supreme Court wades into the admissions programs at the nation’s oldest public and private universities.
the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center report suggests that steep drops seen after the pandemic disrupted colleges globally in early 2020 have not been reversed.
In the last five years, the state’s public higher education institutions have seen a 12.1% dip in undergraduates, equal to 27,000 fewer students.
More Hoosier high schoolers than ever before have the option to earn college-level credit while still in secondary school—an opportunity Indiana education officials say could increase the number of students who pursue some form of higher education.
Several schools in Indiana finished high on this year’s rankings in certain categories, including Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Butler University.
Jobs, child care and the logistics of modern life are just a few of the obstacles students today must navigate to receive an education.
Purdue University said it has added more than 200 faculty members over the past year, marking the largest single-year increase in the school’s 153-year history.
Fissures opened instantly within the Democratic Party, as moderates said Biden was doing too much and liberals demanded he do more, while Republicans lined up in adamant opposition to the debt-forgiveness plan.
Four in 10 Indiana students are eligible for 21st Century Scholars, a needs-based scholarship and mentoring program, but only half of them apply.
After the disruption of online learning, first-year college students are arriving arrive on U.S. campuses unprepared for the demands of college-level work, experts say.
Two years after COVID-19 shutdowns, companies, students and professionals are still deciphering how to move forward with workplace changes, including the internship experience.
The college-going rate has dropped 6 percentage points over the last year—12 percentage points lower than five years ago—with widening gaps for students of color and students from low-income families.
DePaul University’s board unanimously voted to select Manuel, 54, at a meeting on April 21 but the decision was not announced until Tuesday. The school said it picked Manuel after “an extensive national search.”
Just two months after Indiana lawmakers passed a law that would allow electric utilities to build small, prefabricated nuclear reactors, Purdue University and Duke Energy Corp. jointly announced Wednesday they plan to explore the feasibility of using the technology.
Levinson Family Hall, which opened to the public in summer 2021, connects existing science building Gallahue Hall to the Holcomb Building, which previously housed the Andre B. Lacy School of Business.
Craig Caldwell has worked at Butler University since 1999 in a variety of roles, including interim dean of the business school since July 1, 2021.
Kurt Dykstra is president of Trinity College in Illinois. He previously served for three terms as mayor of Holland, Michigan.
If the nine months leading up to Monday night’s national title game between the universities of Kansas and North Carolina have proven anything, it’s that college basketball and all of college sports are changing.