Learn More Indiana can help you find the right college path for you, from a licensed apprenticeship to an eight-year doctorate program.
Find your college fit with our college research tools:
- Indiana College Admissions Info from College GO! Week
Link directly to college applications or learn about deadlines and requirements.
- College Navigator
Use this nationwide tool to search by size, location, degrees offered and more.
- IN Training
This Indiana resource helps you locate work skills training providers, from certificate to apprenticeship programs.
College Degree Options
The options are limitless! The most important thing is that your college degree matches with your career plan.
Learn specialized skills while getting paid for working. Many apprenticeships focus on careers that require a lot of technical skill, such as electrical work.
- Associate Degrees
Two-year degrees in Indiana’s growing industries are available at community college campuses throughout the state.
- Bachelor's Degrees
Traditional four-year degrees are offered at Indiana’s colleges and universities. Read about choosing a major and making the most of your experience.
One-year workforce certificates will get you on a career path fast. Decide if this is the track for you.
- Master's and Doctorate Degrees
Want to take your education beyond a four-year bachelor’s degree? Find out more here.
- Military Training
Serve your country and take your education to the next level. Some programs allow you to enroll in a traditional college (with paid tuition!) while others take place at military-only institutions.
Plan for College
Whether you're five or 105, you can plan for a college education today.
- College GO! Week
Indiana's college planning campaign can help you plan for education beyond high school.
- Create a high school graduation plan
Learn more about Indiana's online version.
- Be college-ready!
What can you do right now?
Learn about SAT, ACT, WorkKeys, ASVAB and other tests that help you prepare for your future.
The College Board's college planning website answers all your questions about continuing your education after high school.
- 15 to Finish
Learn why you'll need to take at least 15 credits per semester to graduate on time.
Teachers, counselors, community organizations and parents can find more college-related resources from Learn More Indiana.