Most Selective Community Colleges in Indiana

  • The average community college acceptance rate in Indiana is approximately 87% per year (2020).
  • The most selective college in Indiana is currently International Business College-Indianapolis, with an acceptance rate of 51%.

Most Selective Community Colleges in Indiana (2020)

  • College Acceptance Rate Location
  • Rank: #11.
    International Business College-Indianapolis
    Private, for profit
    7205 Shadeland Station
    Indianapolis IN  46256
  • Rank: #22.73%
    1401 S US Hwy 421
    Westville IN  46391
  • Rank: #3-43.-4.
    Harrison College-Muncie
    411 W Riggin Rd
    Muncie IN  47303
  • Rank: #3-43.-4.
    International Business College-Fort Wayne
    Private, for profit
    5699 Coventry Lane
    Fort Wayne IN  46804
  • Rank: #55.
    Holy Cross College
    Private, non-profit
    54515 State Road 933 North
    Notre Dame IN  46556
  • Rank: #66.94%
    8150 Brookville Road
    Indianapolis IN  46239
  • Rank: #7-107.-10.100%
    809 S Harrison St
    Alexandria IN  46001
  • Rank: #7-107.-10.100%
    3501 First Ave
    Evansville IN  47710
  • Rank: #7-107.-10.
    Harrison College-Indianapolis
    Private, for profit
    550 East Washington Street
    Indianapolis IN  46204
  • Rank: #7-107.-10.
    Harrison College-Lafayette
    4705 Meijer Court
    Lafayette IN  47905
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