Financial Aid: Yes
City: Terre Haute
Street: 200 North Seventh Street
Phone: (812) 237 6311
Indiana State University was established in 1865 as Indiana State Normal School. The student population of approximately 10 000 includes students from throughout the United States and 59 countries.
The University has offered distance learning since 1969. All distance courses are delivered via the Web. Many courses and programs are offered entirely via distance learning; others require minimal visits to the ISU campus. As a rule, any required on-campus components are designed to accommodate the schedules and geographic restrictions of working adults.
To become a student in a distance course or program, an applicant must be admitted to the University as either a degree-seeking or non-degree seeking student.
If students are seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree (or pursing a required teacher certification), they may be eligible for financial aid programs.
Applicants should apply for aid prior to (or simultaneous with) applying for admission to the University.
Financial assistance programs include state and federal financial aid (including veterans benefits), scholarships, and student loans.
The University offers a comprehensive package of student services, including technical assistance for on-line courses and services, credit transfer assistance, financial aid programs, an online bookstore, and library services.