The rankings are based on national and local rankings.
In all, 11 schools have made the top 20 for the first time.
Indiana University, the nation’s third-ranked public university, ranked first in terms of graduation rates and students per student.
That’s good news for Hoosiers, who are one of the nations top-ranked high schools, according to the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Purdue University, ranked 18th in terms the state’s best public colleges, also received a solid grade.
IU has been ranked in the top 10 in every major national college rankings since 2004, the report says.
Purdue was one of three schools ranked in top 10 for the past three years, according with the University of Illinois.
IU ranked 10th in 2014.
IU’s undergraduate enrollment is just shy of 4.3 million, according the UIC.
Indiana has the lowest tuition rate in the country at $12,917.
Purdue, which has been the state capital since 2001, was one-fourth the cost of its neighbor.