Indiana Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers is kicking off the spring portion of the state's "College Success Tour."
The tour is designed to help low-income residents find ways to attend college through scholarships and financial aid. Lubbers says roughly one third of the state's adults have education beyond the high school level.
Lubbers announced Monday her first stop on the tour will be at the Benton County Country Club in northwestern Indiana on Tuesday. She says the state's county-based "College Success Coalitions" will host later stops in Perry County in southern Indiana and central Indiana's Madison and Hancock counties.
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