Two new data reports inform Indiana’s efforts of having at least 60 percent of Hoosiers with quality education and training beyond high school by 2025.

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education’s latest College Completion Report shows an increase in the state’s college completion rates from the previous year and increasing trends over the past five years. At four-year public institutions, seven out of 10 students graduate within six years and completion rates continue to climb at the state’s two-year institutions.

Teresa Lubbers is Indiana’s Commissioner for Higher Education and chair of the Governor’s Workforce Cabinet.

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