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Article - Colleges in Indiana that have closed, merged, or changed their names

College Name    City    State    Start Date    End Date    Affiliation    Other Information    Source
Abraham Lincoln College    Indianapolis    Indiana    
    
    http://www.crl.edu/content.asp?l1=5&l2=22&l3=39&top=10
American Medical College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1894    1897    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
American Normal College    Logan's Port    Indiana    1884    
    
    Cummins, D. Duane.  The Disciples Colleges: A History.  1987.
Angola Bible College    Angola    Indiana    1908    
    
    Cummins, D. Duane.  The Disciples Colleges: A History.  1987.
Aristotle College    
    Indiana    1977    1990?
1993?    
    www.ed-oha.org/cases/1989-35-s.html proprietary institution of higher education with locations also in Ohio    
Beach Medical College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1883    1886    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Bedford College    Bedford    Indiana    
    
    campus now used by Oakland City University as a branch campus    http://ocub.oak.edu
Bloomington Female College    Bloomington    Indiana    
    Methodist    
    http://www.connerprairie.org/HistoryOnline/methodists.html
Brookville College    Brookville    Indiana    1852    1872    Methodist    college building purchased by city and served as public school until it was razed in 1912; John Prince Durbin John served as president, beginning in 1869, later served as president of Moore's Hill College and DePauw University (1889-1895)    www.franklinchs.com/PPP/places/historicmarkers/brookville_college.htm
www.depauw.edu/univ/president/history.asp
www.depauw.edu/library/archives/inventories/john_prince_durbin_john.htm
Canterbury College    Danville    Indiana    1947    1951    Episcopal    the former Central Normal College was acquired by the Northern Diocese of the Episcopal Church    web site of University Archives at Indiana State University
Hunt and Carper, eds.  Religious Higher Education in the United States.  1996.
Central College    Huntington    Indiana    1897    
    Church of United Brethren in Christ    successor to Hartsville Collge; name changed to Huntingdon College in 1917    www.huntcol.edu/library/harchive.html
Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
Central College of Physicians and Surgeons    Indianapolis    Indiana    1879    1905    
    http://www.crl.edu/content.asp?l1=5&l2=22&l3=39&top=10
www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Central Normal College    Danville    Indiana    1876    1946    
    initially founded in Ladoga, Indiana by J.W. Darst and W.F. Harper; two years later purchased an academy building owned by Methodist Episcopal Church in Danville; Frank P. Adams became president in 1878 who served until his death in 1882; his wife, Ora A. Adams succeeded him as president; in 1885 Charles A. Hargrove became president; enrollment peaked at 1,308 in 1921-22; later became Canterbury College    web site of University Archives at Indiana State University
Burke, Colin B. American Collegiate Populations. 1982.
Woodburn, James Albert. "Higher Education in Indiana," in Herbert B. Adams, ed.  Contributions to American Educational History. 1891.
Christian College    New Albany    Indiana    1833    
    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Woodburn, James Albert. "Higher Education in Indiana," in Herbert B. Adams, ed.  Contributions to American Educational History. 1891.
Coates College for Women    Terre Haute    Indiana    1885    1897    Presbyterian    
    www.indstate.edu/aauw-in/terrewomen.html
College of Missions    Indianapolis    Indiana    1910    
    
    Cummins, D. Duane.  The Disciples Colleges: A History.  1987.
College of Physicians and Surgeons    Indianapolis    Indiana    1874    1878    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Danville College    Danville    Indiana    1858    
    
    Burke, Colin B. American Collegiate Populations. 1982.
Draughon Business College    Evansville    Indiana    
    
    also, Draughon-Porter Business College    http://www.evsc.k12.in.us/schoolzone/schools/northnew/socialstu/
Eastern Indiana Normal University    Muncie    Indiana    1899    1901    
    later reopens as Palmer University from 1902 until 1905 when the name is changed to Indiana Normal School & College of Applied Science; in 1912 became Muncie Normal Institute and Muncie National Institute after 1914; Muncie National Institute declares bankruptcy; land and buildings are donated to the state which opens Indiana State Normal School, Eastern Division in 1918;  name changed to Ball Teachers College in 1922 and to Ball State University after 1965    www.rootsweb.com/~indelawa/100_years_ballstate.htm
Brenner, Morgan G.  The Encyclopedia of College & University Name Histories.  2003.
Eclectic Medical College of Indiana    Indianapolis    Indiana    1900    1908    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Eleutherian College    Lancaster    Indiana    1848    1887    
    founded by Rev. Thomas Craven and was integrated and co-educational; after 1887 operated as a grade school until 1937    www.eleutherian.us/History.html
Fort Wayne College of Medicine    Fort Wayne    Indiana    1875    1905    
    http://www.medlib.iupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Fort Wayne Female College    Fort Wayne    Indiana    1846    
    Methodist    co-ed after 1850 as Fort Wayne College; Taylor University web site states merger in 1890 with Fort Wayne College of Medicine resulted in change of name to Taylor; moved to Upland, IN in 1894    www.taylor.edu/about/
www.tayloru.edu/fw/academics/catalog/heritage.html
www.news-sentinel.com/as/heartland/history/haw5.htm
Frankfort Pilgrim College    Frankfort    Indiana    1927    1972    Pilgrim Holiness    merged with Penn Wesleyan College and Wesleyan College (Kernersville, NC) in 1972 to form United Wesleyan College    www.wesleyan.org/doc/history/milestones.htm
Songe, Allice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
Ft. Wayne College of Medicine    Ft. Wayne    Indiana    1879    1905    
    one of several predecessors to Indiana University School of Medicine    www.indiana.edu/~libarch/Inst/126inst.html
www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Gary College    Gary    Indiana    
    1948    
    control assumed by Indiana University    Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
Graceland University    New Albany    Indiana    
    1997    
    
Hammond College    Hammond    Indiana    
    1994    proprietary    
Hartsville College    Hartsville    Indiana    1850    1897    United Brethren    founded as Hartsville Academy, renamed Hartsville University in 1851, then Hartsville College in 1883, predecessor to Central College and later Huntington College    www.huntcol.edu/library/harchive.html
Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
Woodburn, James Albert. "Higher Education in Indiana," in Herbert B. Adams, ed.  Contributions to American Educational History. 1891.
Henry C. Long College for Women    Hanover    Indiana    1947    1978    Presbyterian    founded in association with and then merged with Hanover College    Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
www.hanover.edu/Library/hchistory.html
Hospital Medical College    Evansville    Indiana    1882    1886    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Howard College    Kokomo    Indiana    1879    
    
    founded by Milton B. Hopkins    Cummins, D. Duane.  The Disciples Colleges: A History.  1987.
Immaculate Conception Junior College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1851    
    Sisters of Saint Francis of Oldenberg    founded as St. Francis Normal School for Women, became Immaculate Conception Junior College in 1924; moved to Indianapolis in 1937 and name changed to Marian College    Schier and Russett.  Catholic Women's Colleges in America.  2002.
Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes. 1978.
http://www.marian.edu/About/History/Pages/default.aspx
Indiana Asbury University    Greencastle    Indiana    1837    
    Methodist Episcopal    name changed to DePauw University in 1870's for Washington C. DePauw, who as head of Board of Trustees offered to makea major financial donation    http://www.depauw.edu/visitors/traditions/
Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
McGriff, E. Carver.  Amazing Grace: A History of Indiana Methodism 1801-2001.
Indiana Central College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1902    
    United Brethren Church    established as Indiana Central University; name changed to Indiana Central College in 1921 and back to Indiana Central University in 1975; name changed in 1986 to University of Indianapolis    McGriff, E. Carver.  Amazing Grace: A History of Indiana Methodism 1801-2001.
Brenner, Morgan G.  The Encyclopedia of College & University Name Histories.  2003.
Indiana Central Medical College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1849    1852    
    the medical department of Asbury College    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Indiana College of Medicine and Midwifery    Indianapolis    Indiana    1878    1888    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Indiana Eclectic Medical College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1880    1890    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Indiana Normal Institute    Muncie    Indiana    1912    
    
    purchased by Ball brothers in 1917 and reopened in 1918; name changed to Ball Teachers College in 1922    www.rootsweb.com/~indelawa/100_years_ballstate.htm
Indiana State Teachers College    Terre Haute    Indiana    1865    
    state supported    founded as Indiana State Normal School; name change to Indiana State Teachers College in 1929, to Indiana State College in 1961, and to Indiana State University in 1965    http://www.indstate.edu/whyisu/history_trad.htm
Indiana Vocational Technical College    
    1963    
    state supported    name changed in 1955 to Ivy Tech State College    http://www.ivytech.edu/about/history/
Indianapolis Female College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1850    
    Methodist    
    http://www.connerprairie.org/HistoryOnline/methodists.html
Jasper College    Jasper    Indiana    1889    
    Benedictine Fathers    
    www.archives.nd.edu/findaids/ead/xml/ins.xml
Kokomo Junior College    Kokomo    Indiana    1932    1945    
    predecessor to Indiana University-Kokomo    
La Porte University School of Medicine    
    Indiana    1841    1856    
    became Indiana Medical College in 1846    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Lockyear Business College    Indianapolis
Evansville    Indiana    1897    1991    
    
Lutheran College of Health Professions    Ft. Wayne    Indiana    
    1999    
    merged with University of Saint Francis    
Madison University    Madison    Indiana    1844    1844    
    Board of Hanover College closed and moved the institution for one term before returning to their original site    http://history.hanover.edu/texts/HC/History_of_HC_5.htm
http://history.hanover.edu/texts/HC/History_of_HC_6.htm
Marion College    Marion    Indiana    1921    
    Wesleyan Methodist Church    name changed to Indiana Wesleyan University in 1988    www.wesleyan.org/doc/history/milestones.htm
Brenner, Morgan G.  The Encyclopedia of College & University Name Histories.  2003.
Marian College    Indianapolis    Indiana    1851    
    Sisters of Saint Francis of Oldenberg    see entry for Immaculate Conception Junior College; name change to Marian University July 2009;    http://www.marian.edu/About/History/Pages/default.aspx
Marion Business College    Marion    Indiana    1902    
    proprietary    expanded to operate multiple sites; known as Indiana Business College by 1913; name recently changed to Harrison College with administrative offices now in Indianapolis    http://www.harrison.edu/
Medical College of Evansville    Evansville    Indiana    1849
1871    1854
1884    
    www.medlib.iupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Medical College of Fort Wayne    Fort Wayne    Indiana    1876    1883    
    www.medlib.iupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Medical College of Indiana    Indianapolis    Indiana    1878    1905    
    formed by union of Indiana Medical College and the College of Physicians and Surgeons; one of several predecessors to Indiana University School of Medicine    www.indiana.edu/~libarch/Inst/126inst.html
www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Methodist Episcopal Hospital School of Nursing    Indianapolis    Indiana    
    
    http://www.crl.edu/content.asp?l1=5&l2=22&l3=39&top=10
Metropolitan School of Music    Indianapolis    Indiana    1895    
    
    merged with Indiana College of Music & Fine Arts to become Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music; in 1951 joined Butler University as the Jordan College of Music    www.butler.edu/jcfa/about.html
Moores Hill College    Moores Hill    Indiana    1845    
    Methodist Episcopal    founded as Moores Hill Male and Female Institute; became Moores Hill College in 1887; moved to Evansville as Evansville College in 1919; predecessor to University of Evansville    www.dearborncounty.org/government/mhillz.html
Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
North Western Christian University    Indianapolis    Indiana    1855    
    Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)    chartered as a co-educational institution and offered the degrees of Mistress of Science and Mistress of Arts to complement its Bachelors degrees; Allen Benton, one of the founders, became first president and served until 1866 when he left to help found the University of Nebraska; name changed to Butler University in 1877    Hunt and Carper, eds.  Religious Higher Education in the United States. 1996.
Cummins, D. Duane. The Disciples Colleges: A History. 1987.
Northwood Institute of Indiana    West Baden    Indiana    
    
    
Palmer University    Muncie    Indiana    1902    1907    
    name changed to Indiana Normal College in 1905; considered as predecessor to Ball State University    www.rootsweb.com/~indelawa/100_years_ballstate.htm
Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
Physio-Medical College of Indiana    Indianapolis    Indiana    1873    1909    
    www.medlib.iupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Haller, John. Kindly Medicine: Physio-Medicalism in America, 1836-1911. 1997.
Ridgeville College    Ridgeville    Indiana    
    Free-Will Baptist    
    http://www.crl.edu/collcat/collcatR.htm
Rochester Normal University    Rochester    Indiana    1895    1912    
    founded by Winfield Scott Shafer, MD; many students pursued a one-year curriculum preparing to teach in one-room schools; enrollment reached a high of 379 in 1905 and 422 diplomas were awarded by the institution; by 1906 "normal" was dropped and the institution was known as Rochester College; the Rochester College Alumni Association met regularly until 1974; the building no longer exists     www.rochsent.com/files/cityscenes.html
 www.rochsent.com/files/sectionedcolumns3.html
Saint Benedict College    Ferdinand    Indiana    1914    1970    Sisters of Saint Benedict    
    Schier and Russett.  Catholic Women's Colleges in America.  2002.
Saint Gabriel's College    Vincennes    Indiana    1836    
    Eudist Fathers    probably didn't survive into the 1850's    Burke, Colin B. American Collegiate Populations. 1982.
www.oldcathedral.org/history.htm
Woodburn, James Albert. "Higher Education in Indiana," in Herbert B. Adams, ed.  Contributions to American Educational History. 1891.
Saint Joseph Junior College    Tipton    Indiana    
    Sisters of Saint Joseph    founded for education of Sisters, probably never admitted lay students    Schier and Russett.  Catholic Women's Colleges in America.  2002.
Saint Joseph's College Calumet Center    East Chicago    Indiana    1951    
    Society of the Precious Blood    became Saint Joseph's Calumet College in 1971 and Calumet College in 1974    Songe, Alice H.  American Universities and Colleges: A Dictionary of Name Changes.  1978.
Saint Meinrad College    Saint Meinrad    Indiana    1957    1998    Benedictine    School of Theology continues    http://www.saintmeinrad.edu
Salem College    Bourbon     Indiana    1871    1874    Church of the Brethren    
    Hunt and Carper, eds.  Religious Higher Education in the United States. 1996.
South Bend Commercial College    South Bend    Indiana    1882    
    proprietary    later changed its name to Michiana College; in 1930, incorporated under the laws of the state of Indiana and was authorized to confer associate’s degrees and certificates in business; relocated to its current location on East Jefferson Boulevard in 1987; five years later added a branch location in Fort Wayne, Indiana; in 2004, became Brown Mackie College — South Bend
     http://www.brownmackie.edu/southbend/AboutUs/History.aspx
Southern Indiana Normal College and Practical Business Institute    Mitchell    Indiana    1880    
    
    first president was W.F. Harper who also co-founded Central Normal at Danville; in 1882 succeeded by W.E. Lugenbeel who served three years and then E.F. Sutherland became president; 600-700 students in late 18880's    Woodburn, James Albert. "Higher Education in Indiana," in Herbert B. Adams, ed.  Contributions to American Educational History. 1891.
State College of Physicians and Surgeons    Indianapolis    Indiana    1906    
    
    one of several predecessors to Indiana University School of Medicine    www.indiana.edu/~libarch/Inst/126inst.html
Summit Christian College    Fort Wayne    Indiana    
    1992    
    acquired by Taylor University in 1992; Taylor's Trustees voted in October 2008 to close the undergraduate program in Fort Wayne;     www.taylor.edu/about/
Brenner, Morgan G.  The Encyclopedia of College & University Name Histories.  2003.
http://www.insidehighered.com/2008/10/14/taylor
Territorial University    Vincennes    Indiana    1810    
    state supported    Samuel Scott opened a private school in Vincennes in 1808 that became the nucleus of Vincennes University; nominally a state supported institution and did not survive after state support withdrawn with founding of state institution at Bloomington    Burke, Colin B. American Collegiate Populations. 1982.
Woodburn, James Albert. "Higher Education in Indiana," in Herbert B. Adams, ed.  Contributions to American Educational History. 1891.
Tri-State Normal College    Angola    Indiana    1884    
    independent non-profit    renamed Tri-State College in 1906 and Tri-State University in 1975; name change to Trine University after August 2008    http://www.trine.edu/
The University of Medicine    Indianapolis    Indiana    1897    1898    
    www.medlibiupui.edu/hom/indmed.html
Union Christian College    Merom    Indiana    1858    1924    
    Paddick, Kenneth Lynn.  Union Christian College: 1858-1924.  Ph.D. dissertation. 1986.
Burke, Colin B. American Collegiate Populations. 1982.
University of Southern Indiana    Evansville    Indiana    1965    
    state supported    founded as a branch campus of Indiana State University as Indiana State University-Evansville; became independent and name changed to University of Southern Indiana in 1969    http://www.usi.edu/
Valparaiso College    Valparaiso    Indiana    1873    
    
    established as Northern Indiana Normal School, renamed Valparaiso College in 1900, and rechartered in 1906 as Valparaiso University; purchased by the Lutheran University Association in 1925    http://www.valpo.edu/about_valpo/history.php
Valparaiso Male & Female College    Valparaiso    Indiana    1859    1871    Methodist    re-opened in 1873 as Northern Indiana Normal School and Business Institute    http://www.valpo.edu/about_valpo/history.php
Victory Noll College    Huntington    Indiana    
    Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters    founded for education of Sisters, probably never admitted lay students    Schier and Russett.  Catholic Women's Colleges in America.  2002.
West Baden College    West Baden    Indiana    1934    
    Society of Jesus    purchased the former West Baden Springs Hotel for $1 following stock market crash and the failure of the resort.  In the 1960's enrollment declined and maintenance of the aing facility led to move to new facility in Chicago.    www.jesuits-chi.org/magazine/75years/depression.htm
www.lssc.k12.in.us/Projects/Wbaden/jesuits.htm
Winona College    Winona Lake    Indiana    
    
    http://www.crl.edu/content.asp?l1=5&l2=22&l3=39&top=10

    
    
    
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