Can State help break the cycle of poverty?

In the final installment of a series following up on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s recent article featuring Indiana State, we explore the lifelong value a college education provides.

Going to college was never up for debate for Kara Harris. In her family, it was mandatory. Harris grew up in Sullivan County, where her father worked as a coal miner and farmer, and her mother was a stay-at-home mom. Neither of her parents went to coll…
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How do you build a network? 

Scott College of Business students break out of their comfort zones and build up their LinkedIn connections through organizing the annual Networks Ethics Conference. 

BY Libby Roerig


What are the obstacles to student success?

Obstacles to graduating on time — or at all — can be numerous and varied for many students, so Indiana State opts for an “intrusive” advising approach to ensure success. And it’s working.

BY Sarah Kuta

Why finish in four?

In the first of a series following up on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s recent article featuring Indiana State, we explore why it’s important — for both students and State — to earn their degrees on time.

BY Sarah Kuta

What is the impact of the world’s billionaires?

More than 100 years ago, J.D. Rockefeller became the world’s first billionaire — and changed our economy forever. Today’s richest people affect our daily lives, from the phone we use to the price tag on our lawn mower.

BY Betsy Simon

How has State’s legacy changed?

There have been name changes, several mascots and a cast of new school colors, but through it all Indiana State has remained steadfast in its mission to make higher education accessible to Hoosiers for almost as long as Indiana has been a state.

BY Betsy Simon