Fifteen Indiana colleges will waive college application fees during Indiana’s College Application Week, September 23-27, according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Another 17 colleges have reported free applications year-round.
In addition, nearly 100 high schools across the state will host College Application Week events to help high school seniors navigate the admissions process — making this Indiana’s biggest College Application celebration since joining the American College Application Campaign in 2013. This is the first year for the free application period to stretch to a full week; it was previously a one-day event.
Indiana high school seniors can apply to Hoosier colleges for free between September 23 and 27, which includes Trine University in Angola, Indiana University Fort Wayne, and Purdue University Fort Wayne.
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