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GARY | Indiana University has extended its plan to significantly reduce undergraduate tuition for summer-semester students for the 2013 sessions in order to provide financial relief to students, promote year-round college attendance, and decrease the time it takes many students to earn a degree.
Here is one of the big questions when picking a college: private or public? Either choice has many advantages, and it is up to the student to decide which college is best for them.
As the 2012-2013 school year approaches, I can’t help but wonder where the summer went. I also can’t help but wonder where all the money I made during my summer job went. Oh wait … I remember.
GARY | Illinois residents can now look across the state line at their higher education options without having to worry about paying out-of-state tuition rates. Academic programs from Indiana University Northwest are now accessible to academically eligible Illinois residents thanks to the Ill…
INDIANAPOLIS | Democratic voters in East Chicago, on Hammond's east side and the west side of Gary will decide May 8 whether they want experience or new blood representing them in the 2nd House District.
Even with the one-day reprieve thanks to April 15 falling on a Sunday this year, the date itself reminds us of one of the two unwelcome and inevitable parts of life — taxes. But as we write the checks, it is important to remember some of the benefits we receive in exchange for this required …
INDIANAPOLIS | A Marion County judge will decide in the next 30 days whether Indiana's school voucher program is constitutional.
GARY | Indiana University recently unveiled a plan to significantly reduce undergraduate tuition for summer-semester students in 2012 in order to provide financial relief to students, promote year-round college attendance, and decrease the time it takes many students to earn a degree.
INDIANAPOLIS | Text messaging for some Hoosiers may get very expensive starting Friday when a new state law banning texting while driving takes effect.
INDIANAPOLIS | Many of the most controversial provisions of an anti-illegal immigration proposal previously approved by the Indiana Senate were stripped from the legislation Thursday by a House committee.
INDIANAPOLIS | A plan to use state tax money to pay tuition for students attending private schools was approved on a party-line vote Wednesday by an Indiana Senate committee.
CALUMET CITY | State Rep. Thaddeus Jones, D-Calumet City, is at odds with a budget proposal by Gov. Pat Quinn to do away with legislative scholarships.
INDIANAPOLIS | College students will have to prove they are in the country legally to receive in-state tuition status under legislation approved Monday by the Indiana House, 75-14.
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