Indiana has a robust community college system. The Hoosier state has 16 2-year colleges, and PayScale's College Salary Report can help you identify career colleges with the highest-paid graduates. This list provides information about the best 2-year Hoosier State colleges by earning potential.
Purdue University is a well-ranked four-year college, but they also grant associate degrees as well. Alumni who earn associate degrees from Purdue University are among the highest-paid 2-year college graduates in Indiana. Fifty-three percent of associate degrees granted at Purdue are STEM degrees, and there are over 3,000 students enrolled at Purdue in pursuit of associate degrees.
ITT Technical Institute is also the smallest Indiana college in our database, with fewer than 5,000 undergraduates.
Indiana's main industries for employment are Agriculture, Manufacturing, Mining and Steel-making, but two of the top employers are in education and healthcare: Indiana University Medical Center and Purdue University.