23 Sep, 2019
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education celebrates College Go Week!
From Monday, September 23 – Friday, September 27, fifteen (15) Indiana colleges and universities waive their application fees in an effort to encourage high school seniors to apply to postsecondary education. In previous years, the fees were waived for only one day, but this year it has been extended to five days.
Please find participating colleges listed below:
Another 17 colleges across Indiana give free applications year-round.
College Go Week is sponsored in partnership by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and the American College Application Campaign to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students who pursue education beyond high school.
College Application Week is an important part of Learn More Indiana’s College GO’ campaign, which helps Hoosiers of all ages take steps to explore and prepare for college and career success. For more information, CLICK HERE.
About the Indiana Commission for Higher Education
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is a 14-member public body created in 1971 to define the missions of Indiana’s colleges and universities, plan and coordinate the state’s postsecondary education system, and ensure that Indiana’s higher education system is aligned to meet the needs of students and the state. The Commission includes representatives from each Congressional district, three at-large members, a college faculty representative, and a college student representative. Learn more about the Commission’s Reaching Higher, Delivering Value strategic plan HERE.
About the American College Application Campaign
The American College Application Campaign (ACAC) is a national effort to increase the number of first-generation students and students from low-income families pursuing a college degree or other higher education credential. The primary purpose of this effort is to help high school seniors navigate the complex college admissions process and ensure they apply to at least one postsecondary institution. The effort occurs during the school day, with a focus on students who might not otherwise apply to college. In 2015, ACAC programs took place in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.