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Indiana College Costs Estimator

The National Center for College Costs has developed a new state-wide tool, the Indiana College Costs Estimator. Licensed by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, it brings FREE comprehensive college selection, admission and financial aid information to Hoosier students and families. Check out the new website at: www.indianacollegecosts.org

Monthly Feature Article

There are many ways for students to get involved in social, political, academic, etc. groups while at college. However, one of the most commonly known ways to get involved is to join a sorority, female Greek organization, or fraternity, male Greek organization.  We would like to share some information about these Greek communities and encourage you to do additional research since every college has different policies concerning these communities.  Full article


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Fact of the Month

Students who take 15 or more credits are more likely to complete their courses.


And if students don’t complete courses? Each additional year of college costs students $50,000 in tuition, lost wages and related cost and state financial aid expires after four years. Source

 

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