New Ways For Former College Students To Finish Their Degree

Indiana's Commission for Higher Education is working to create a database on former college students who never graduated in hopes of finding ways to get them back in school. Officials say Indiana has some 737,000 adults with some college, but no degree. The state commission is gathering information such as how many college credits those people have earned and how much financial aid eligibility they may have left. The commission's plan is to contact those adults by January 2016 and to eventually have 200,000 of them earn degrees.