INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, USA, April 5, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — With so many excellent colleges and universities to choose from in Indiana, the challenge for prospective students isn’t selecting just any school but choosing the right school from among the state’s very best institutions.
AcademicInfluence.com announces the release of its series “The Best Colleges & Universities in the USA,” which ranks every state’s schools in multiple categories. The top higher education institutions in Indiana are ranked here:
Indiana’s page includes breakdown rankings and links in the following categories:
• 8 Research Universities
• 33 Liberal Arts Colleges & Universities
• 10 Graduate Schools
• 13 Public Colleges & Universities
• 28 Private Colleges & Universities
• 21 Christian Colleges & Universities
• 32 Small Colleges & Universities (fewer than 5,000 students)
• 16 Affordable Colleges (below national average of $16k/yr)
Attending an in-state college or university remains a major priority for many students. The tuition benefit students receive from attending a school in their state can be the deciding factor in pursuing a college degree. A local school within driving distance can also make a major difference in the cost, saving commuters money by providing an alternative to the costlier on-campus, residential experience.
What are the top Indiana colleges and universities overall?
• Ball State (Muncie)
• Butler University (Indianapolis)
• DePauw University (Greencastle)
• Earlham College (Richmond)
• Franklin College (Franklin)
• Goshen College (Goshen)
• Grace College & Seminary (Winona Lake)
• Hanover College (Hanover)
• Huntington University (Huntington)
• Indiana University Bloomington (Bloomington)
• Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion)
• Manchester University (North Manchester)
• Purdue University (West Lafayette)
• St. Mary’s College (Notre Dame)
• Taylor University (Upland)
• University of Evansville (Evansville)
• University of Indianapolis (Indianapolis)
• University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame)
• Valparaiso University (Valparaiso )
• Wabash College (Crawfordsville)
Baseline eligibility for selection: four-year undergraduate degree offerings, full accreditation, and a minimum graduation rate of 50%.
Visit the link above to see where these schools place in each ranking, along with additional details about each and rankings of all other Indiana colleges and universities. For those students with specific needs and who want greater customization, AcademicInfluence.com’s rankings provide greater detail through 26 customizable filters available using Custom College Rankings for Indiana.
“We believe that students today want more than a degree—they want a college experience that meets their personal needs,” says Dr. Jed Macosko, academic director of AcademicInfluence.com and professor of physics at Wake Forest University.
“College can be costly, so students are right to have high expectations. AcademicInfluence.com helps students meet these expectations with the best tools on the internet, from our College Strategist and Desirability Score to our Custom College Rankings and fact-packed articles. Visit our site and see how we can help make your college search more effective and satisfying.”
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