Independent Colleges of Indiana, the state’s member association of the 30 private, non-profit colleges and universities, has been working closely with its college presidents to support them in responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Each campus is closely monitoring the situation with their local public health and government officials and making decisions based on the health, safety, and continuing needs of their students, faculty, and staff.

As of March 17, 2020, all 30 of ICI’s member institutions have made the decision to suspend in-person classes and move to an alternative method of delivery with the same rigor their students expect.

Specific details about how each ICI member institution is responding can be found on their websites:

Ancilla College

Anderson University

Bethel University

Butler University

Calumet College of St. Joseph

DePauw University

Earlham College

Franklin College

Goshen College

Grace College

Hanover College

Holy Cross College

Huntington University

Indiana Institute of Technology

Indiana Wesleyan University

Manchester University

Marian University

Martin University

Oakland City University

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College

Saint Mary’s College

Taylor University

Trine University

University of Evansville

University of Indianapolis

University of Notre Dame

University of Saint Francis

Valparaiso University

Wabash College