A new state report found Indiana’s 2020 college graduation rates were higher when compared to 2019.
Welcome to the June-July issue of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine where we explore how to conduct post-pandemic business.
Northwest Indiana institutions of higher learning focus on new ways to attract students and to offer relevant training in support of the Region’s thriving business community.
K.L. Allen, regional director of Western Governors University, says the way to overcome inequality in our country is to offer affordable educational opportunities for all.
The University of Saint Francis is expanding its Crown Point campus.
A former Apple Inc. executive who spent years working with young people at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago, will be the featured speaker at the Feb. 6 meeting of the Michiana chapter of the American Marketing Association.
Purdue University Northwest saw increased enrollment in first-time freshman and full-time students.
The percentage of students graduating from Indiana public colleges is increasing, and more students are graduating on time, according to a new state report
Fewer Indiana high school graduates are pursuing a college education but more students are taking advanced placement and dual credit courses suggesting they are better prepared for college, according to a new state report.
A growing number of Hoosiers are utilizing state grant programs to help them get the education they need to land a career in a high-demand field. In advance of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s first meeting March 6 as a member of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, Holcomb was expected to share with the board that […]