College Application Process

CEEB School Code 151565

If you plan to play NCAA Division I or II athletics, you must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse at For more information, visit the SHS NCAA Information page.

The Common App offers one application that can be submitted to several colleges.

Indiana College Map

Indiana Public Colleges & Universities

Ball State University
Indiana State University
Indiana University - Bloomington
Indiana University - all campuses
Ivy Tech State College
Purdue University
Purdue University - North Central
University of Southern Indiana

Indiana Private Colleges & Universities

Information about Indiana's Private Colleges
Ancilla College
Anderson University

Bethel College
Butler University
Davenport University - South Bend
Depauw University
Earlham College
Franklin College
Goshen College
Grace College
Hanover College
Holy Cross College
Huntington College
Indiana Wesleyan University
Manchester University
Marian College
Oakland City University
Proprietary Schools
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
St. Elizabeth School of Nursing
Saint Joseph's College
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Saint Mary's College 
Taylor University
University of Evansville
University of Indianapolis
University of Notre Dame
University of Saint Francis
Valparaiso University
Wabash College

Apprenticeship Programs

Juniors and Seniors are eligible for two college visit days each year. To schedule a visit, contact the admission office at the college and complete a Post-Secondary Visit form.

IU Groups Scholars Program

The Groups Scholars Program provides specially selected students with information, support, and guidance to help them excel in the classroom and beyond. We are here every step of the way--from the time they complete their application to attend IU until they accept their diploma on graduation day.

Eligible students are the first in their family to attend college with limited financial resources from all racial and economic backgrounds.


The Groups Scholars program was first established as “Groups” in 1968 to address low college attendance rates among first-generation, low-income, and physically challenged students at Indiana University. Funded by the Higher Education Act of 1965, and supported by the University’s strong commitment of additional resources and services, the Groups Scholars Program admits more than 200 students yearly, and has an alumni roster of close to 11,000 individuals. The program is now fully funded by Indiana University, and is a part of Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (DEMA).

For more information about the IU Groups Program visit