Fast Facts

Fast Facts


Hanover, Indiana (scenic 650-acre campus along the Ohio River)


517 Ball Drive, Hanover, IN 47243


1827, private (Indiana’s first private, four-year college)


Liberal arts


  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • Doctor of Occupational Therapy 


Presbyterian (USA)


Lake Lambert, Ph.D.

Board of Trustees Chair

Elaine Kops-Bedel

Admission Contact




Hanover Panthers


Red and Blue


Fall 2023

  • Undergraduate: 962
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: 195
  • Total: 1,157

2023-2024 Costs

  • Tuition: $43,368 (locked for incoming undergraduate students)
  • Fees: $2,130 (includes books, course materials, laundry and orientation)
  • Food (Meal Plans): $7,188 (the cost of any meal plan we offer)
  • Housing: $7,099 (This is the average cost of Hanover housing. Your cost might be a little higher or lower based on the type of room selected)

Graduation Guarantee

Graduate in four years or fifth year is tuition free. Conditions apply.

Student Retention

  • 83% of first-year students returned in 2022-23
  • Greek-affiliated: Approx. 45% of student body


  • 84 full-time teaching faculty
  • 94% have a doctorate or terminal degree
  • FTE faculty-to-student ratio: 12-to-1
  • 34 majors offered, plus nursing BN
  • Top majors (alpha order): biology, business, communication, kinesiology, psychology
  • Average class size: 17
  • Faculty/student ration: 13:1

Alumni Data

  • More than 14,000 living alumni
  • Alumni reside in all 50 states and 51 foreign countries
  • Alumni giving rate: 23% (FY 23)


  • Member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III
  • Member of Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
  • Nearly half of students are intercollegiate athletes
  • 20 intercollegiate teams (baseball, basketball (m/w), cross country (m/w), football, golf (m/w), lacrosse (m/w), soccer (m/w), softball, swimming (m/w), tennis (m/w), indoor and outdoor track and field (m/w), volleyball)
Smiling male student
Group of diverse young alumni celebrate at Homecoming
Ogle Center walkway
Coach John Jones gives instruction to the women's basketball team


Princeton Review

  • 2024 The Best 389 Colleges
  • 2024 Best Regional
  • Most Beautiful Campus

Washington Monthly

  • Best Liberal Arts Colleges
  • Best Bang for your Buck
    in the Midwest

U.S. News & World Report

  • National Liberal Arts Colleges
  • Top Performers on Social Mobility

Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education

  • Top US College Rankings 2022


  • Best College Values


  • 2022 Best Colleges