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By Lesley Weidenbener The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – A fascinating change is under way in Indiana’s higher education system. The state’s two largest schools – Indiana University and Purdue University – have announced plans to move toward a more year-round approach to students’ education with the goal of helping students graduate early and for less. […]
By Ellie Price and Jacie Shoaf The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana colleges are working to meet lawmakers’ calls to reduce the cost of tuition and shorten the time required to receive a degree. One school has reduced its fees for students, two are encouraging students to take summer classes and others are considering ways […]
By Jacie Shoaf The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS — Purdue University plans to create a new trimester schedule that is meant to help students graduate earlier. Purdue officials will detail the new schedule in a press conference Wednesday. They said the change will allow students to graduate with a four-year degree in three years, while also […]
By Zach Osowski The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana University will host a celebration Thursday commemorating the 63 university and college campuses across Indiana that are being connected through an ultra high-speed network. The $35.8 million undertaking was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce and aims to connect 21 Ivy […]
Every day at Goshen College, students walk through the quiet Northern Indiana campus passing banners that read “Healing the World Peace by Peace,” a phrase that encapsulates the values of a place affiliated with the Mennonite Church.