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Analysis: Which college golf program grossed the most in the U.S.

Ball State University, University of Indianapolis and University of Notre Dame top the list of highest grossing women's college golf programs nationwide in 2016

Analysis: Which college golf program grossed the most in the U.S.

Butler University, Ball State University and Valparaiso University top the list of highest grossing men's college golf programs nationwide in 2016

These 2-year schools have the worst 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S.

Lil Lou's Beauty and Barber College LLC, Kenny's Academy of Barbering and Saint Elizabeth School of Nursing are among two-year schools in the U.S. with the lowest 'on time' graduation rates, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data

These 2-year schools have the top 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S.

Rogers Academy of Hair Design, Rudae's School of Beauty Culture-Kokomo and Tricoci University of Beauty Culture-Indianapolis are among two-year schools in the U.S. with the best 'on time' graduation rates, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis

These 4-year schools have the worst 'on time' graduation rates in Indiana

Martin University, University of Phoenix-Indiana and Harrison College-Indianapolis have the lowest 'on time' graduation rates among four-year schools in Indiana, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

These 4-year schools have the top 'on time' graduation rates in Indiana

University of Notre Dame, Mid-America College of Funeral Service and DePauw University have the best 'on time' graduation rates among four-year schools in Indiana, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

State institution: These 4-year Indiana schools attract the fewest in-state students

University of Notre Dame, Earlham College and Saint Mary's College enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year Indiana schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

State institution: These 4-year U.S. schools attract the most in-state students

Chamberlain University-Indiana, Crossroads Bible College and DeVry University-Indiana enrolled the most in-state students of all four-year schools in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

State institution: These 4-year U.S. schools attract the fewest in-state students

University of Notre Dame, Earlham College and Saint Mary's College enrolled the fewest in-state students of all four-year schools in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of fall 2017 data.

Brightwood College-Hammond enrolls 298 undergrads

At Brightwood College-Hammond, 63 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 94 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

52 percent of applicants to Earlham College were admitted for fall 2017

At Earlham College, 99 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 55 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

76 percent of applicants to Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College were admitted for fall 2017

At Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, 59 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 90 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

College of Court Reporting Inc enrolls 238 undergrads

At College of Court Reporting Inc, 84 percent of undergraduate students are nontraditional students - age 25 or older - and 95 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

Denmark College enrolls 136 undergrads

At Denmark College, 62 percent of undergraduate students are nontraditional students - age 25 or older - and 72 percent are male, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

PJ's College of Cosmetology-Clarksville enrolls 103 undergrads

At PJ's College of Cosmetology-Clarksville, 61 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 97 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

Rudae's School of Beauty Culture-Kokomo enrolls 13 undergrads

At Rudae's School of Beauty Culture-Kokomo, 54 percent of undergraduate students are nontraditional students - age 25 or older - and 100 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

Aviation Institute of Maintenance-Indianapolis enrolls 132 undergrads

At Aviation Institute of Maintenance-Indianapolis, 64 percent of undergraduate students are nontraditional students - age 25 or older - and 95 percent are male, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

64 percent of applicants to Goshen College were admitted for fall 2017

At Goshen College, 82 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 64 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

94 percent of applicants to University of Southern Indiana were admitted for fall 2017

At University of Southern Indiana, 89 percent of undergraduate students are traditional students - age 24 or younger - and 62 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

Which U.S. schools receive the most federal student aid?

Purdue University-Main Campus, Grace College and Theological Seminary and MyComputerCareer.edu-Indianapolis were among U.S. schools that reported receiving the most federal financial aid during the 2017-18 academic year, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

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