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There are 289,803 full time students in the 88 colleges and universities of Indiana

Ancilla College Donaldson, Indiana
Anderson University Anderson, Indiana
Ball State University Muncie, Indiana
Bethel College Mishawaka Mishawaka, Indiana
Brown Mackie College Fort Wayne Fort Wayne, Indiana
Brown Mackie College Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana
Brown Mackie College Merrillville Merrillville, Indiana
Brown Mackie College Michigan City Michigan City, Indiana
Brown Mackie College South Bend South Bend, Indiana

Butler University Indianapolis, Indiana
Calumet College of Saint Joseph Whiting, Indiana
College of Court Reporting Inc Hobart, Indiana
Crossroads Bible College Indianapolis, Indiana
DePauw University Greencastle, Indiana
DeVry University Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana
Earlham College Richmond, Indiana
Fortis College Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana
Franklin College Franklin, Indiana
Goshen College Goshen, Indiana
Grace College and Theological Seminary Winona Lake, Indiana
Hanover College Hanover, Indiana
Harrison College Anderson Anderson, Indiana
Harrison College Columbus Columbus, Indiana
Harrison College Elkhart Elkhart, Indiana
Harrison College Evansville Evansville, Indiana
Harrison College Fort Wayne Fort Wayne, Indiana
Harrison College Indianapolis East Indianapolis, Indiana
Harrison College Lafayette Lafayette, Indiana
Harrison College Muncie Muncie, Indiana
Harrison College Northwest Indianapolis, Indiana
Harrison College Terre Haute Terre Haute, Indiana

Holy Cross College Notre Dame, Indiana
Huntington University Huntington, Indiana
Indiana Institute of Technology Fort Wayne, Indiana
Indiana State University Terre Haute, Indiana
Indiana University Bloomington Bloomington, Indiana
Indiana University East Richmond, Indiana
Indiana University Kokomo Kokomo, Indiana
Indiana University Northwest Gary, Indiana
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Fort Wayne, Indiana
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana
Indiana University South Bend South Bend, Indiana
Indiana University Southeast New Albany, Indiana

Indiana Wesleyan University Marion, Indiana
International Business College Fort Wayne, Indiana
International Business College Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Bloominton Bloomington, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Central Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Columbus Columbus, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College East Central Muncie, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo Kokomo, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette Lafayette, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Northcentral South Bend, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast Fort Wayne, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Northwest Gary, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Richmond Richmond, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College South Central Sellersburg, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Southeast Madison, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Southwest Evansville, Indiana
Ivy Tech Community College Wabash Valley Terre Haute, Indiana

Manchester University North Manchester, Indiana
Marian University Indianapolis, Indiana
Martin University Indianapolis, Indiana
MedTech College Indianapolis, Indiana
MedTech College Ft Wayne Campus Ft. Wayne, Indiana
MedTech College Greenwood Campus Greenwood, Indiana

Mid America College of Funeral Service Jeffersonville, Indiana
Oakland City University Oakland City, Indiana
Purdue University Calumet Campus Hammond, Indiana
Purdue University Main Campus West Lafayette, Indiana
Purdue University North Central Campus Westville, Indiana

Rose Hulman Institute of Technology Terre Haute, Indiana
Saint Josephs College Rensselaer, Indiana
Saint Mary's College Notre Dame, Indiana
Saint Mary of the Woods College Saint Mary of the Woods, Indiana
Taylor University Upland, Indiana
Trine University Angola, Indiana
Trine University Regional/Non Traditional Campuses Fort Wayne, Indiana
University of Evansville Evansville, Indiana
University of Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana
University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana
University of Phoenix Indianapolis Campus Indianapolis, Indiana
University of Phoenix Northwest Indiana Campus Merrillville, Indiana

University of Saint Francis Fort Wayne Fort Wayne, Indiana
University of Southern Indiana Evansville, Indiana
Valparaiso University Valparaiso, Indiana
Vincennes University Vincennes, Indiana
Wabash College Crawfordsville, Indiana

State Department of Education
Indiana Department of Education

South Tower, Suite 600
115 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2795
Phone: (317) 232-6610

State Higher Education Agency
Indiana Commission for Higher Education

101 West Ohio Street, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46204-1984
Phone: (317) 464-4400

Special Education Agency
Indiana Department of Education
Office of Special Education

South Tower Suite 600
115 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: (317) 232-0570
Toll-Free: (877) 851-4106

State Adult Education Agency
Department of Workforce Development

10 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: 1-800-891-6499

​Indiana Scholarships

http://www.collegerank.net/scholarships-in-indiana/

AQHA Indiana Quarter Horse Youth Scholarship- This scholarship is for $1,000, and there are a limited number of awards available. Must also have been actively involved in QHA for at least two years.

Army ROTC Green to Gold Scholarship Program - This scholarship program pays for tuition or room and board and has unlimited availability. It is renewable up to 3 years. It is open to out-of-state students but not international or online-only students. Candidates must also be under 31 years old, have two years active duty military service, and no criminal convictions, and a favorable National Agency check.

ESA Youth Scholarship Program - This scholarship program awards $8,500. It is not renewable. It is open to out-of-state students but not international or online-only students. Candidates must also be between 15-20 years old and have a parent that was or is a police officer, firefighter, paramedic, or EMT.

EMU National Scholars Program - This scholarship program awards $15,000. It is renewable up to 3 years.

Church's Chicken Community Scholarship Program - This scholarship program awards $1,000 to one candidate.

Carson Scholars Fund, Inc - This scholarship program awards $1,000 to 1 candidate per high school. It is not renewable. It is open to out-of-state students but not international or online-only students.

Indiana CPA Society education Foundation Scholarship - This scholarship program pays $50,000 in total scholarships and has varied availability.Must be pursuing an accounting degree, be in good academic standing, be a member of Indiana CPA Society, and attending ICI member institution or Ball State University.

Indiana Engineering Scholarships - This scholarship program awards $1,000 and has varied availability. It is not renewable. It is not open to out-of-state students, international, or online-only students. Must be pursuing an engineering degree and have accrued at least half of credit hours required for an undergraduate.

MGMA Midwest Section Scholarships - This scholarship program awards $1,000 and has varied availability. It is not renewable. It is open to some out-of-state students (IL, IN, IA, MI, MN, NE, ND, OH, SD, and WI) but not international, or online-only students. 

The AAF-Greater Evansville Scholarship Award - This scholarship program awards $5,000 and has varied availability. It is not renewable. It is not available to out-of-state students, international, or online-only students. 

President's Scholarship - This scholarship program pays for full in-state tuition and room and board and has 20 awards available. It is renewable up to 3 years. It is open to out-of-state students but not international or online-only students. 

Center for Leadership Development Scholarship- This scholarship program pays for full in-state tuition. There are two awards available. It is renewable up to 3 years. It is open to out-of-state students but not international or online-only students. The submission deadline is March 1, 2017. Candidates must have at least a 3.0 GPA and complete the Leadership Development Program.

Gongaware Scholarship - This scholarship program pays for full in-state tuition and $3,000 into a professional development account. There are 4 awards available.


Networks Scholarship - This scholarship program pays for full in-state tuition. There are eight awards available annually. It is renewable up to 3 years. It is open to out-of-state students but not international or online-only students.

Rural Health Scholarship - Ten awards are available. Candidates must be majoring in the primary care physician-industry.

Sycamore Teacher Leader Scholarship - $3,000 There are ten awards available. Available Must be majoring in elementary, secondary, or special education. Candidates must demonstrate leadership success and have a record of community service.

University Honors Scholarship - This scholarship program pays for full in-state tuition. There are 30 awards available.

Creative and Performing Arts Award - This scholarship program awards $3,000. There are a limited number of awards available.

Sycamore Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Scholarship - This scholarship program awards $2,500. There are 15 awards available.

Warren M. Anderson Scholarship - This scholarship program pays for full in-state tuition. There are ten awards available.

Academic Excellence Scholarship - This scholarship program awards $4,000/year. The scholarship is guaranteed. It is renewable up to 3 years. It is available to out-of-state students but not international, or online-only students.

Academic Distinction Scholarship - This scholarship program awards $2,500/year. The scholarship is guaranteed. It is renewable up to 3 years. It is available to out-of-state students but not international, or online-only students.

Academic Merit Scholarship - This scholarship program awards $1,000/year. The scholarship is guaranteed. It is renewable up to 3 years. It is available to out-of-state students but not international, or online-only students.

Child of Alumni Textbook Scholarship - This scholarship program awards a $100 credit (one-time award at ISU bookstore). The scholarship is guaranteed.


College Challenge Success Award - This scholarship program awards $250.

Illinois Student Scholarship - This scholarship program awards a special reduced tuition rate of $4,016/semester. The scholarship is guaranteed.

Incentive Scholarship - This scholarship program awards $5,000/year.

International Scholar Award - This scholarship program awards $5,000/year.

Kentucky Student Scholarship- This scholarship program awards a special reduced tuition rate of $4,016/semester.

Laptop Award- This scholarship program awards a campus-ready laptop computer.

Lugar Nominee Scholarship - This scholarship program awards $1,500 (one-time).


Lugar Scholars Minority Grant - This scholarship program awards the full unmet cost of attendance. There are ten scholarships available.

Midwest Consortium Scholarship - This scholarship program awards a special reduced tuition rate of $4,016/semester.

Summer Honors Scholarship - This scholarship program awards $1000.

21st Century Scholars Excellence Scholarship- This scholarship program pays for a portion of the on-campus room and board.

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Women Empowering Women (wEw) Scholarship - Amount: $500 - For non-traditional female residents of Dearborn County (Indiana) who are enrolled or plan to enrolled in an accredited post-secondary educational institution or program.

AWAM Scholarships - For female students enrolled in an A&P technician program. In addition to the general scholarships, there are scholarships open to students who live in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan, or Tennessee.

Hagan Scholarships - Amount: Up to $5,000 each semester - For graduating high school seniors with at least a 3.5 GPA and from a rural area (a county with less than 50,000 people). Applicant must live in an eligible state and demonstrate financial need.

Midwest Member Chapter Scholarships - For graduating high school seniors who will be enrolling in college for the fall semester, or a First, Second, or Third year student currently enrolled in a full-accredited college or university.