VALPARAISO | While enrollment in Valparaiso Community Schools will increase slightly in the next five years, it is expected to decline beyond that, a demographics expert said Tuesday.
CHESTERTON | Enrollment at Duneland schools is down by 43 students from last year, a drop that brings with it a budget hit of about $200,000.
GARY | Indiana University Northwest announced that student enrollment for fall 2013 stands at 6,387 students, an all-time high and a 3.3 percent increase over last year’s fall enrollment of 6,184 students. This year marks IU Northwest’s sixth consecutive year of increased enrollment.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. | Many of Illinois' public universities are bucking a national trend of generally declining enrollment, welcoming larger freshmen classes to their campuses this fall.
LOWELL | Because enrollment numbers are down for the state count and it could be a trend, the Tri-Creek School Board is looking at opening its borders a bit.
CROWN POINT | The University of St. Francis Crown Point welcomed a record number of students again this fall, President Sister M. Elise Kriss announced in an opening convocation and Mass held Thursday on campus.
The Indiana attorney general's office filed a notice Jan. 4 with the Indiana Court of Appeals saying it plans to appeal a judgment against the Indiana Department of Education.
Ivy Tech Community College Northwest, with campuses in Gary, Valparaiso, East Chicago and Michigan City, is now holding open enrollment for the fall semester. Students interested in taking classes can visit any campus and talk with an adviser.
HAMMOND | Friday is the deadline for prospective students to apply for undergraduate admission at Purdue University Calumet this fall. The fall semester begins Aug. 20.
Students work on a geometry problem in class at Hammond High School in Hammond on Sept. 15.
Students leave Marquette Hall to eat lunch in another building at the Marquette High School in Michigan City. Enrollment there is up about 30 percent while other Catholic schools in the region are holding steady.
Marquette High School students line up to eat lunch in the lunch room in Michigan City. Enrollment is up at Marquette and the school anticipates it will continue to grow.
Marquette Catholic High School students, from left, Kendall Shinn, Jordan Kinola, Grace Connelly, Xerian Eaton and Mary Katherine Slattery select items for a girls tennis team fundraiser in the lunch room in Michigan City while teacher Amy Crane, second from left, looks on.
HAMMOND | Purdue Calumet University officials are offering the message "don't procrastinate" for spring semester prospective students.
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