Friday, Sep. 28, is College Application Day

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Friday, Sep. 28, is College Application Day, and some Indiana schools are waiving their application fees.

17 schools will not be charging students to send in their applications, including Goshen College, IUSB, and Purdue University Northwest.

, there are a number of schools that never charge an application fee, and that list is at our website as well. Bethel, Indiana Tech, Ivy Tech and St. Mary’s are among those schools.

A number of high schools will have special events to promote college registration on Friday.

School lists for website:

On Friday, Sept. 28, 17 colleges will not charge students to send in their applications.

Those colleges are:

Earlham College
Goshen College
Huntington University
Indiana State University
Indiana University East
Indiana University Fort Wayne
Indiana University Kokomo
Indiana University Northwest
Indiana University South Bend
Indiana University Southeast
Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC)
Indiana Wesleyan University
Purdue University Fort Wayne
Purdue University Northwest
University of Southern Indiana
Vincennes University
Wabash College

Additionally, there are 15 Indiana schools that offer free applications year-round:

Anderson University
Bethel College
DePauw University
Franklin College
Grace College
Hanover College
Indiana Tech
Ivy Tech Community College
Manchester University
Marian University
Saint Mary’s College
Trine University
University of Evansville
University of Indianapolis
Valparaiso University

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