The state is optimistic a new partnership can assist high school educators who now teach dual-credit courses to meet new credentialing requirements.
A new state report shows fewer Indiana high school graduates are enrolling in college.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has launched an initiative aimed at increasing student access to higher education for the state’s Hispanic and Latino residents.
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.
Ivy Tech Community College’s Associated Accelerated Program and Purdue University’s Purdue Promise programs were recipients of the 2018 Stan Jones Student Success Award presented by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. The award was named in honor of the late Stan Jones, president of Complete College America and former Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education. “The […]
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education earned an innovation award for its platform, which guides students and their families through the planning and application process for state financial aid. The state’s ScholarTrack platform was named a 2018 Indiana Innovation Award winner by Centric Inc. Families can start using ScholarTrack for their children as early as […]
INDIANAPOLIS – A majority of Ivy Tech graduates give their school high marks when it comes to the education they received. In the 2018 Gallup-Indiana Graduate Satisfaction Survey recently released by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, 83 percent of Ivy Tech Community College alumni said they were satisfied or extremely satisfied with the education […]
A new survey has found 85 percent of recent graduates from 12 Indiana public and private colleges say they were either satisfied or extremely satisfied with they education they received. The result from the second Gallup-Indiana Graduate Satisfaction Survey was released Aug. 9 by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. With funding support from Strada […]
A new report from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education shows that Indiana is making progress in closing the college achievement gap for low-income and minority students. The most dramatic gains are coming from students enrolled in the state’s 21st Century Scholars early promise program, according to the report. In 2013, the commission passed a […]