University of Notre Dame
The University of Notre Dame is one of the top colleges in Indiana and is a Catholic university founded in 1843near the city of South Bend, Indiana. Admission in the school is highly competitive, with the majority of each incoming freshman class graduating in the top five percent of their high school classes. In addition to its wide range of undergraduate degree programs, Notre Dame offers 32 master’s degrees and 23 doctoral degrees. To find out if you qualify for admission into this prestigious school, visit www.nd.edu or call 574-631-5000.
Indiana University operates eight campuses throughout the state. The two core campuses are located in Indianapolis and Bloomington, but students can also study at Fort Wayne, Gary, Kokomo, New Albany, Richmond, and South Bend. Areas of study range from law, life sciences, education, nursing, public affairs, technology, information science, journalism, business, and many others. In 2005, Newsweek named Indiana University as the “Hottest Big State School.” US News and World Report honored the school for its excellent freshman programs and residential learning communities, and PC Magazine called the school one of the “most wired” of the public universities in the country. To learn more about the programs offered at the eight campuses, visit www.indiana.edu or call 812-855-4848.
Purdue University is among the top colleges in Indiana and has a main campus in West Lafayette as well as four regional campuses throughout the state. The main campus has over 200 major options for its undergraduate students. It also has 70 graduate programs in its Graduate School. To learn more about the distinctions between the five campuses, visit www.purdue.edu or call 765-494-4600.
Ball State University
Ball State University serves it students from a campus in Muncie. The school was named as the Best in the Midwest by The Princeton Review for its excellent programs. Ball State offers over 180 undergraduate and professional programs and over 100 master’s and doctoral degrees in fields such as architecture, education, landscape, telecommunications, entrepreneurship, and nursing. The school uses an immersive learning structure that gives students hands-on education whenever possible. Visit www.bsu.edu or call 800-382-8540 to learn more about the school.
Indiana State University
Founded in 1865, Indiana State University offers a public education from its campus in Terre Haute, Indiana. The most popular degrees offered at the school are its education, criminal justice, nursing, and business administration degrees. It offers over 100 majors from the associates level to the doctorate degree. To schedule a campus tour, call 800-GO-TO-ISU. You can also learn more about the school at www.indstate.edu.