ⓘ Upland, Indiana

                                     

ⓘ Upland, Indiana

Upland is a town in Jefferson Township, Grant County, Indiana, United States. The population was 3.845 at the 2010 census. It is most notable for being the home of Taylor University, a Christian college with 2.103 students, as of 2016.

                                     
  • Upland or Uplands may refer to: Hill, an area of higher land, generally Highland, an area of higher land divided into low and high points Upland and lowland
  • The Indiana Uplands are a geographical region in south - central Indiana On a topographical map the Indiana Uplands also known as the Hoosier Uplands begin
  • Upland Brewing Company, founded in 1997, is a brewery in Bloomington, Indiana It is currently the third largest brewery in Indiana with a total of six
  • were from the Upland South. The southern Midwest was most heavily settled by Upland Southerners, especially in Missouri, southern Indiana and southern
  • in Fort Wayne, Indiana The station operates on the FM radio frequency of 90.3 MHz. WBCL is owned by Taylor University in Upland Indiana with its studios
  • heads east passing through towns and cities like Greentown, Gas City and Upland before ending at SR 26. The western segment of SR 22 is concurrent with
  • Upland Indiana United States. The station is owned by Taylor University. The station operates as a simulcast of WBCL 90.3 FM in Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Chancellor and current President Emeritus of Taylor University in Upland Indiana Kesler graduated in 1958 from Taylor University and is notable for
  • SR 5 is a north south state road in the US state of Indiana Its southern terminus is at SR 22 in Upland and the northern terminus is at SR 120 just north
  • American basswood, American elm, and bur oak dominated other upland Indiana bat sites. Indiana bats use at least 29 tree species during the summer. The greatest
  • School is a public school located outside Marion, Indiana The school teaches students from Upland Washington Township, Matthews, and Van Buren. Eastbrook
  • The Norman Upland of southern Indiana comprises hilly terrain caused by the outcropping of sandstone units at the surface. The Norman Upland is the result