Colleges in Indiana

Colleges in Indiana

“The Crossroads of America,” Indiana, is a Midwestern state with more than 50 colleges within its 35,000+ square feet. Colleges in Indiana are largely private not-for-profit institutions or public universities, the largest 4-year by enrollment being Indiana University. The most nationally prestigious in The Hoosier State is the University of Notre Dame. Indiana experiences cold winters and hot, wet summers, and its largest industries are in advanced manufacturing, agribusiness, energy, and aerospace and aviation. Indiana has the second-largest automotive industry in the nation and is also home to the Indy 500. The Indiana Dunes, Conner Prairie, and Amish country are popular attractions in this state.
Advanced Search

“…Purdue is basically a land of opportunity; you get out of it what you put in, and much, much more. More majors and minors than you can imagine, even more clubs and organizations--something for everyone! I love this school and campus to the bottom of...” – Marie from Goose Creek, SC

“…indiana university has the most beautiful campus in all of indiana and is surprisingly very easy to get around despite how large it is. the students and professors are great and really easy to get along with, and are always willing to help out in any...” – Kyle from Merrillville, IN

“…The University of Notre Dame is a privately funded, Catholic, liberal arts university. It is most well-known for athletics, especially football, ethics and social justice studies, and the Mendoza School of Business. Notre Dame also boasts a beautiful...” – Marcus from WI

“…iupui is has a great educational atmosphere that goes out of its way to teach its students valuable life experience. iupui is a university that teaches its students to try to make impact on its community by doing various volunteer activities. the...” – Arnesha from Jeffersonville, IN

“…Butler has a very welcoming environment. There are a wide varieties of majors and therefore diversity. I made the right choice in attending Butler. ” – Meredith from Lexington, KY

Manchester University
North Manchester, IN

“…Fun quite college, every one is friendly. All your Professors wont's to help you. Classes are small usually about 15 to 20 students.” – Jordan from Indianapolis, IN

“…Ball State has great academics, student life/community opportunities, and prepares you for life after college. I love living on campus and participating in as many activities as I can.” – Hannah from Middletown, IN

“…more from day one if you want it to be more from the day you move in. small but nice campus that has a fresh atmoshpere while still able to give great student to teacher figures. it has a big feel school with the small town attributes, couldn't ask...” – Tom from Terre Haute, IN

“…DePauw was the best decision I've ever made. What makes this school special is the people, the opportunities for success, and the education. There is no place I would rather be. ” – Kandyce from Indianapolis, IN

Indiana Tech
Fort Wayne, IN

“…great online study program for my major. independent study allows me to study around my schedule. wonderful people to answer questions and help with any difficult situation (application, financial aid, transfers, ect).” – Erika from Bryan, OH

“…the university of indianapolis is one of the best universities to attend in indiana. uindy, as the students call it, is a close knit community with around 5000 undergraduate students. the faculty really cares about the students, and with a of 15:1...” – Brian from Carmel, IN

“…Filled with very experienced and helpful professors. Just about everything ever needed is on campus or nearby. People who want you to succeed.” – Alicia from Glen Carbon, IL

“…In a scale from one through 10, Earlham College is a 10 because of the high expectations on the academic piece. Earlham is a very challenging but doable college. The professors know there students names and they are always willing to work one on one...” – Raven from Columbus, OH

“…Taylor is an awesome place where you will be pushed academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually. The off and on-campus programs will allow you to have a heart for the things God loves. This is a very extraordinary place. ” – Lawrence from Upland, IN

“…A very warm and supportive atmosphere. A small campus, with very involved faculty and a close community. Comes with most of the benefits of the larger school, Notre Dame, across the way, but also with the drawbacks of stereotypes from Domers.” – Class of 2015

“…the school is great and friendly. it is tucked away, but one can easily access surrounding cities. the campus is wonderful.” – Ashley from Sanders, KY

“…The campus atmosphere is so laid back. It's just a comfortable place to be, and I love going to school here. The professors are amazing and so willing to help. ” – Brianne from Princeton, IN

“…A small, four year, liberal arts college dedicated to the mission of the Order of the Holy Cross Brothers. The Brothers actively pursue to educate the hearts and minds of it's scholars attending both young and old. This atmosphere provides a strong...” – Vincent from South Bend, IN

“…They are a great school, with one on one teacher assistance. I love it being local and to have classes that work around my busy life. The smaller classes make it easier to interact with the professor and other students. All questions I have had, were...” – Tina from Holland, IN

“…trine university has a beautiful campus, and is in a very friendly town. the staff and faculty here are very friendly, and are always willing to help you out. it is very expensive.” – Nicholle from Warsaw, IN

“…I love going to school at Saint Francis, because they care about our education. All the programs have a high graduation rate. Everyone wants to help you to achieve your goals and graduate in four years. ” – Nicole from Oswego, IL

“…University of southern Indiana is challenging. University of Southern Indiana provides everything a larger college does in a smaller atmosphere. University of Southern Indiana engages every level of student to achieve. ” – Katelynn from Kokomo, IN

“…Franklin College is providing me with an amazing experience. The professors have proven to want to help me be better at what I want to do in my career. I have zero complaints about the college.” – Timothy from Camby, IN

“…The school has a beautiful environment and the staff want to see the students succeed. The nursing program is challenging, however the quality of nurses the school presents is beyond words. Most students don't have a difficult time find a fulfilling...” – Tanya from Indianapolis, IN

“…It has a good student-professor ratio and even most lower level classes are taught by professors with doctorate degrees. The cafeteria serves mostly organic food from a variety of cultures in addition to the basic college fare of pizza and sweets....” – April from Goshen, IN

“…Ivy Tech Community College is an awesome school. They are very flexible with your schedule and challenge you to do things that you thought you could never do. They have taught me a lot about being an adult and being a college student.” – Anthony from Indianapolis, IN

“…the facility at iusb has been very helpful, there are some fantastic teachers there who are very knowledgeable. i like that the college is close to home. the campus is not overly huge and complicated, it's easy to navigate.” – Sarah from South Bend, IN

“…It is a great Christ centered college. The classes are challenging and the professors really know the material. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a Christian college in the Midwest.” – John-Charles from Fort Wayne, IN

“…Attending Rose-Hulman is one of the best decisions I have made in my life. I can already tell that this school has everything I need in order to better myself for the huge world that is out there. I love being a fighting engineer!” – Patrick from New Salisbury, IN

Wabash College
Crawfordsville, IN

“…there are multiple activities around campus almost everyday for anyone to participate in. the relationships you develop with the professors here are long lasting and they are generous and very helpful. the greek life here is outstanding, it's not...” – Joseph from South Haven, MI

“…Oakland City University is a great christian school with a very welcoming environment to everyone who attends. I love the school because it is rather small, but with being small it is easier to have great communication with your teachers and other...” – Sarah from Chaffee, MO

“…Anderson University has given me the tools I need to succeed. They have programs specifically designed for working adults as well as traditional college students. ” – Stephanie from Muncie, IN

“…Bethel College has an incredible and very welcoming environment that will completely draw a person in. While attending the college and getting the opportunity to walk through the beautiful campus, a person will meet many new people because everyone...” – Rachelle from Sturgis, MI

“…it's an amazing school, with small class sizes, and great teachers. you get a chance to really feel like part of a much larger community. indiana university southeast allows you to excel as both a student, and as a member of the community.” – Cory from Mount Vernon, IN

“…indiana university-purdue university- fort wayne indiana is the perfect college for me. not only is the price right, it is close to home but also gives me the opportunity to be away from home. with all the educational degrees, it can be the perfect...” – Kaleigh from Mishawaka, IN

“…Indiana University Northwest is a very diverse campus, ranging from all ages and all ethnicity's. I have certainly enjoyed attending classes here because the class size is fairly small, and the professors are very generous. I plan on continuing my...” – Ahmed from Crown Point, IN

“…This is an amazing place. I feel very lucky to be able to study here. My professor' s are very accommodating.” – Dutchboy

“…indiana university of kokomo excels in academics. indiana university of kokomo provides great opportunities, especially considering its smaller size. the majority of teachers at indiana university of kokomo are very friendly and enjoy connecting...” – Mason from Noblesville, IN

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Saint Mary Of The Woods, IN

“…A 'Wonderful' campus or online experience for women! The staff, Sister's, and fellow classmates are always willing to give a helping hand. The beautiful off-road campus compels you to become one with yourself and future goals.” – Amy from Clinton, IN

“…I love Indiana University-East. It has the home town, friendly, small community quality that makes it special. It is a small university with great teachers,a school that I am proud to be a part of.” – Patricia from Greens Fork, IN

“…calumet college of st. joseph is a great small school provides you with many opportunities in life. it can teach you many things that you have not learned yet. its student body is so welcoming, everybody gets along great.” – Patricia from Summit, IL

“…Ancilla is a great private school with transferable credits. They offer free one-on- one tutoring. Also, the classes are small, probably a 25 student to one teacher ratio. ” – Hollie from Plymouth, IN

Columbus, IN

“…I love Saint Joesph College, they have many majors to choose from. I love being involved with many actives that Saint Joe's offers. You have to sometimes find your own fun.” – Sarah from Ft Mitchell, KY

“…grace college is a great place for a student to grow with god and in academic excellence. whatever your major is there are classes that you will take to strengthen and grow you relationship with god. the faculty are very diligent in helping students...” – Ty from Cedar Rapids, IA

“…I am currently a transfer student. I really enjoy the closeness of the school. I love how the teachers still are able to give you one on one help when and if needed.” – Aleanshurice from Indianapolis, IN

“…Ivy Tech is very helpful with all of my questions. The school has great instructors. I take online classes right now and it is very easy and convenient for me.” – Terri from Knox, IN

“…It was a pleasant enrollment experience. The financial aid process seemed flawless. A+” – ANGIE from Norton, OH

“…Ivy Tech is a small school but very well recognized and the students and staff are great. It's very affordable and a great place to get most of your core classes done at or a degree. Great school for the working adult.” – Christina from Evansville, IN

“…Ivy Tech is a decent community college that will get you a degree quickly without costing you a lot. The professors care, and there are a lot of programs and activities on campus to get you involved. ” – Brittany from Liberty, IN

“…I love this school and have nothing but good things to say about it. The Professors and staff are available to meet the needs of students, and the overall curriculum is set up to maximize achievement. ” – I love my school in Lafayette

“…Great options for online students. Acadmic advisors and professors know you by name and are invested in your success. Class sizes on campuses are reasonable. ” – Teana from Metamore, IN

Fort Wayne, IN

Create a free account to find, finance and attend the college that's right for you.