Muncie, Indiana (IN) Colleges and Universities

There are eleven colleges within 25 miles of Muncie, Indiana. Here you can learn about key traits of the non-specialty schools in the area to help you in your college search.

Study up on the student populations, distance from town, graduation rates, and net prices of the schools surrounding Fife, Washington. You'll be presented with statistics provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

Closest Schools to Muncie, Indiana

There are a few schools located right in Muncie, and several more available to those willing to look outside of town. Students will find a good variety of school types in the area, with the closest colleges being:

  • Ivy Tech Community College-East Central (0 miles from downtown)
  • Ball State University (2.3 miles from downtown)
  • Anderson University (13.2 miles from downtown)
  • Harrison College-Anderson (17.6 miles from downtown)
  • Taylor University (21.4 miles from downtown)

Largest Schools near Muncie, Indiana

The population sizes near Muncie are pretty top-heavy, with one university dominating the field in terms of size. There are also a couple schools that are somewhat medium-sized, followed by a big drop off in population. The largest schools are:

  • Ball State University (21,196 students)
  • Anderson University (2,325 students)
  • Taylor University (2,168 students)

Lowest Net Price

The calculation of net price implies a subtraction of financial aid received from the cost of attendance. In this section, you'll encounter figures only applicable to full-time undergraduate students during the 2014-2015 school year. Most of the schools around Muncie have fairly expensive net prices, though there are a few schools with unreported numbers that may be cheaper. The lowest net prices belong to:

  • Ball State University ($12,847)
  • Anderson University ($21,945)
  • Taylor University ($26,718)

Highest Graduation Rate

The rates given in this section apply only to students going to school full-time at an undergraduate level. They're based on 150% of the normal time needed to complete a program throughout the 2015 school year. While several rates in the area are unreported, the ones that are are fairly solid, with the highest graduation rates claimed by:

  • Taylor University (77%)
  • Ball State University (60%)
  • Anderson University (54%)

Students in the Muncie area have limited college options close by, but those who want to stick around do have several institutions to choose from.

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