Indiana Colleges



Even though it is in the midwest and most people think of Indiana as a small hick city, Indiana is home to some of the best colleges and universities in the country...

Indiana University

Indiana University has eight campuses, the original campus which is in Bloomington Indiana , the urban campus in Indianapolis, which also includes the IU Medical Center; and the six regional campuses in the cities of Richmond, Gary, New Albany, Kokomo, South Bend, and Fort Wayne.

Indiana University


Ball State University

Ball State University provides resources for personal learning and world class facilities. Curriculum includes technology, and academics with extensive faculty, plus courses in applied technology, the humanities, and other intensive programs.

Ball State University


Butler University

Butler University encompasses five colleges and emphasizes a liberal arts-based education and occupies 20 buildings on 290 acres in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood of Indianapolis. It boasts a challenging liberal arts program and has a beautiful residential campus.

Butler University


Franklin College
Franklin College is one of the oldest, founded in 1834, colleges in Indiana and in 1842 Franklin College became the first college in Indiana to admit women. The college has, currently, 65 full-time professors. It does not use teaching assistants or graduate students to teach.

Franklin College


There are many more fantastic educational institutions in Indiana that have some the most comprehensive and intensive curriculums to be found. To find out more go to...

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