The Indiana arm of Western Governors University has grown more than ten-fold in the past four years, according to numbers released by school administrators.
260 students were enrolled four years ago. Today, more than 3,600 take classes from the online, nonprofit state university.
Chancellor Allison Barber says a new scholarship program could grow that number further.
"In celebration of our fourth anniversary, WGU Indiana just launched [its] largest scholarship offering. And it's $400,000 in scholarship money," Barber says.