Indiana State University was given accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. This accreditation has the goal of ensuring that quality education is provided and to promote improvement in the University. It has been receiving good reviews and rankings on the accredited courses, degrees and professional development programs that it offers. The university is also known for the exceptional service that it provides assistance to all. These services include any questions, or related concerns may it be about admission, credit transfer, financial aid, registration and veterans benefits.
The online program of the University makes distance learning possible through online classes and different online degrees and online courses to choose from. There are Undergraduate Bachelor Degree Programs that major in Adult and Career Education, Business Administration, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Graduate Master Degrees in Public Administration, Student Affairs and Higher Education, Doctoral Program in Technology, Certificates and licensures in Driver Education, Human Resource Development and many more.
Admission in the university may either be an undergraduate or graduate admission. The student may either be a degree seeking or non-degree seeking student. Tuition for in-state students for Fall 2009 to Summer 2010 is $262 per credit hour for undergraduate students and $328 for graduate applicants. Financial aid and scholarships are available in the university. One could apply for aid even before applying for admission. Students approved of such aid must meet each requirement. Those who have applied for financial aid could check the status of their application by logging on to the portal found in the University’s website.