Wrapping Up National Work and Family Month
By Brittany Collins, Indiana Commission for Higher Education According to the Lumina Foundation Stronger Nation data, more than 534,900 adults in Indiana have some college credit but no degree or postsecondary certification. In Indiana, obtaining a postsecondary credential has a significant positive impact for Hoosiers. From greater cumulative wages after completing a certificate or degree […]
So You Applied to College. Now What?
By Shannon Elward, Indiana Commission for Higher Education You submitted your college applications. It’s time to relax and wait for the acceptance letters to roll in, right? Think again! Submitting your application is just one piece of the puzzle. Don’t forget about financial aid, your grades and the decision of what college you’ll attend. Read […]
It’s Spooky Season, but Don’t Fear the FAFSA!
By Shannon Elward, Indiana Commission for Higher Education Seniors and current or prospective college students: have you heard about the FAFSA? It’s the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and it’s a form you fill out to apply for financial aid for college. The FAFSA opens up federal, state and institutional funding, so you’ll need […]
All About College GO!
Are you in the business of helping Hoosier students plan for education beyond high school? Then get ready for College GO!
Welcome to High School: Scholar Success Program Overview
By Symphanie Bolds, Indiana Commission for Higher Education Intern Hey Scholar! You made it through middle school and you’ve started the next four years of your life that you’ve been waiting for. Before you get too far into high school – do you remember that pledge you took when you signed up for 21st Century […]