INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WPTA) – The Indiana Commission for Higher Education says fifteen Indiana colleges will waive college application fees during Indiana’s College Application Week, September 23-27.
They say seventeen other colleges have reported free applications year-round.
In addition, nearly 100 high schools across the state will host College Application Week events to help high school seniors navigate the admissions process. Officials say this makes it Indiana’s largest College Application celebration since joining the American College Application Campaign in 2013
“We are encouraged to see more high schools and colleges participating than ever before,” said Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers. “The value of higher education has never been greater, and College Application Week provides students the ability to apply for free to some of Indiana’s colleges as they take that critical step toward their futures.”
Indiana high school seniors can apply to the following Hoosier colleges for free between September 23 and 27:
|Participating in College Application Week (waiving fee)||Reported free applications year-round|
|Goshen College||Anderson University|
|Huntington University||Bethel University|
|Indiana State University||DePauw University|
|Indiana University East||Earlham College|
|Indiana University Fort Wayne||Franklin College|
|Indiana University Kokomo||Grace College|
|Indiana University Northwest||Hanover College|
|Indiana University South Bend||Indiana Tech|
|Indiana University Southeast||Indiana Wesleyan University|
|Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC)||Ivy Tech Community College|
|Purdue University Fort Wayne||Manchester University|
|Purdue University Northwest||Saint Mary’s College|
|Vincennes University||Trine University|
|Wabash College||University of Evansville|
|University of Indianapolis|
College Application Week is part of Learn More Indiana’s College GO! campaign, which helps Hoosiers of all ages take steps to explore and prepare for college and career success. For more information, visit https://learnmoreindiana.org/.