Best Indiana Community Colleges (2022)

For the 2022 school year, there are 29 community colleges serving 221,564 students in Indiana (17 public colleges and 12 private colleges).
For Indiana community colleges, the average tuition is approximately $3,797 per year for in-state students and $8,083 for out-of-state students. For private community colleges, the average yearly tuition is approximately $15,554 per year (view national tuition costs).
The best top ranked community colleges in California include Ivy Tech Community College, Mid-America College Of Funeral Service and Brown Mackie College-Michigan City.
The average community college acceptance rate in Indiana is 85% (view national acceptance rates).
Minority enrollment is 59% (majority Black) and the student:teacher ratio is 24:1.

Student by Ethnicity

(IN) School Average
Asian
1%
Hispanic
5%
Black
9%
White
41%
Two or more races
2%
Unknown
42%
IN All Ethnic Groups Ethnicity Breakdown

Top Ranked Indiana Community Colleges (2022)

  • College Location Students
  • Ancilla College
    Private not-for-profit
    9601 S. Union Road
    Donaldson, IN 46513
    (574) 936-8898

    386 students
  • 7251 W McCarty St
    Indianapolis, IN 46241
    (317) 243-4519

    162 students
  • 325 E US Hwy 20
    Michigan City, IN 46360
    (219) 877-3100

    112 students
  • 3454 Douglas Rd.
    South Bend, IN 46635
    (574) 237-0774

    340 students
  • Holy Cross College
    Private not-for-profit
    54515 State Road 933 North
    Notre Dame, IN 46556
    (574) 239-8377

    447 students
  • 50 W. Fall Creek Parkway N. Drive
    Indianapolis, IN 46208
    (317) 921-4800

    72,689 students
  • 3111 Hamburg Pke
    Jeffersonville, IN 47130
    (812) 288-8878

    116 students
  • 9000 Keystone Crossing, Suite 800
    Indianapolis, IN 46240
    (317) 208-5311

    38,138 students
  • 1401 S US Hwy 421
    Westville, IN 46391
    (219) 785-5200

    6,177 students
  • 1002 N First St
    Vincennes, IN 47591
    (812) 888-8888

    17,239 students
  • 809 S Harrison St
    Alexandria, IN 46001
    (765) 724-9152

    26 students
  • 455 West Lincolnway
    Valparaiso, IN 46385
    (219) 531-1459

    157 students
  • 5699 Coventry Lane
    Fort Wayne, IN 46804
    (260) 459-4500

    124 students
  • 7205 Shadeland Station
    Indianapolis, IN 46256
    (317) 813-2300

    254 students
  • 3501 First Ave
    Evansville, IN 47710
    (812) 429-1435

    4,929 students
  • 200 Daniels Way
    Bloomington, IN 47404
    (812) 332-1559

    5,808 students
  • 4475 Central Ave
    Columbus, IN 47203
    (812) 372-9925

    4,368 students
  • 4301 S Cowan Rd
    Muncie, IN 47302
    (765) 289-2291

    12,400 students
  • 1815 E Morgan St
    Kokomo, IN 46901
    (765) 459-0561

    5,265 students
  • 3101 South Creasy Ln
    Lafayette, IN 47905
    (765) 269-5000

    6,932 students
  • 220 Dean Johnson Blvd
    South Bend, IN 46601
    (574) 289-7001

    8,149 students
  • 3800 N Anthony Blvd
    Fort Wayne, IN 46805
    (260) 482-9171

    10,932 students
  • 1440 E 35th Ave
    Gary, IN 46409
    (219) 981-1111

    8,559 students
  • 2357 Chester Blvd
    Richmond, IN 47374
    (765) 966-2656

    3,588 students
  • 8204 Hwy 311
    Sellersburg, IN 47172
    (812) 246-3301

    4,719 students
  • 590 Ivy Tech Dr
    Madison, IN 47250
    (812) 265-2580

    2,699 students
  • 8000 S Education Dr
    Terre Haute, IN 47802
    (812) 299-1121

    5,610 students
  • 7225 Winton Drive - Building 128
    Indianapolis, IN 46268
    (844) 768-0290

    940 students
  • 3600 Woodview Trace, Suite 200
    Indianapolis, IN 46268
    (317) 810-8100

    299 students
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