VU Forms Transfer Agreement With Chinese College

Vincennes University is partnering with Yancheng Polytechnic College in China to offer a new transfer option for students. Through the agreement, Yancheng Polytechnic College graduates can transfer to VU and earn a Bachelor of Science in Technology.... Read More

Hoosier Schools Included in Princeton Review ‘Top 50’ List

Two Hoosier universities are included on the “Top 50 Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2022” list from The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine. The ranking is based on institutional survey data, including academic offerings, experiential learning opportunities, and career outcomes.... Read More

Department of Education Awards PRIME Grants

The Indiana Department of Education has awarded 22 schools around the state with grants to support the launch of the Indiana Postsecondary Ready Investigative Mathematics Experience math transitions course. The IDOE says the funding will support students as they develop and retain math skills needed for after high school.... Read More

Earlham College Adding Majors

Earlham College students will have new options as the college expands offerings. The college says it is adding new majors in business and accounting, as well as four new computer science concentrations beginning in the fall of 2022.... Read More

IPS to Share Referendum Funds with Charter Schools

Indianapolis Public Schools approved a plan Thursday to share an estimated $27.5 million of referendum funds with its network of independent charter schools over the next few years. The vote by the school board comes amid growing pressure from families, school leaders and advocates for the property-tax funds to directly benefit students enrolled in innovation charter schools.... Read More

Muncie Schools Benefitting From City Connects Program

Muncie Community Schools is one of several districts in Indiana and Ohio taking part in City Connects in partnership with Marian University in Indianapolis. The program, originally established 20 years ago at Boston College, identifies students who struggle outside of the classroom and connects them with... Read More

Higher Ed Commissioner Lubbers to Step Down

Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers says she plans to leave her post next March, following the conclusion of the 2022 legislative session. She has served in the role for more than 12 years and is currently the longest-serving higher education executive officer in the country. Lubbers was chosen by the 14-member commission in […]... Read More

Esports Among Big Changes at Ball State

Esports is big business and Ball State University is upping its game to prepare the esports workforce of the future. A new, state-of-the-art esports center has opened on the Muncie campus and the univ... Read More

IDOE Shares Student Success Indicators

The Indiana Department of Education has presented a draft set of dashboard indicators it says will help track school performance in terms of preparing Hoosier students to graduate. The indicators, whi... Read More