Indiana Colleges and Universities
The Hoosier State, Indiana is known the world over for its International Motor Speedway, and its largest city, Indianapolis, is chock full of museums, restaurants, dance clubs, concert halls, and professional sports arenas. After Indianapolis, Indiana's largest cities include Fort Wayne, Gary, Evansville, and South Bend. An estimated half of all Indiana's college students attend state-supported universities.
The largest of Indiana's colleges is Indiana University, with its main campus located in the south central part of the state in Bloomington. In West Lafayette students choose Purdue University, founded in 1865. Other key state colleges include Ball State University (Muncie), Indiana State University (Terra Haute), and University of Southern Indiana (Evansville). In addition to hosting a diverse community college system, Indiana is also home to private schools, including the ever famous University of Notre Dame in South Bend.
Total Number of Indiana Schools: 142
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