After high school

State leaders want to make sure all students have the opportunity to earn 30 college credits in high school.

Students now required to fill out the form to access financial aid for college will have less time to do so.

About 30% of the district's Class of 2015 finished their degree in four years

The new program’s associate degrees will be at no cost to most students. If they continue to earn a four-year degree, their costs will be capped at $10,000.

The share of students earning degrees on time has also grown over the last five years, the state reported.

Pueblo Community College has tried to help adults make college work with their busy lives.

From Sept. 25 to 29, 36 colleges and universities in the state will have no application fee.

As the number of English language learners grows in the state, Perry Township tries a new diploma track.

Counselors and studies say a four-year degree carries plenty of value. But Colorado has also created more options for students.

About 400 fewer Indiana high school graduates in the class of 2021 went to college than in the class of 2020.

The scholarship program was announced during a college decision day event in Battle Creek.

‘We are going to make this right,’ Denver school board Vice President Auon’tai Anderson said.

Higher education leaders and advocates for the laws stressed that finances are a barrier for students, especially when they don’t know what aid’s available to them.

The new law has some exceptions and an expiration date of 10 years, but Indiana officials hope it encourages more students to at least consider higher education.

Colorado has three other programs tailored to the learning needs of students with disabilities.

Colorado has invested more in workforce training in recent years.

High school seniors would have until April 15 to fill out the form or get a waiver. Advocates said the bill would make completing the form go from happenstance to a conscious decision.

College Goal Sunday event offers in-person FAFSA help around Indiana.