I go to Kent State in NE-OH and love the experience I've had so far. I'm currently a sophomore getting my instrument rating with about 120 hours.
Pros about KSU, amazing teachers, own private airport/maintence, FAA accredited, very short taxi times, close to different airspaces, relatively cheaper than other schools, new aviation building coming 2014, CAK is an awesome airport for flight training
Cons about KSU, in NEOH
with typical NE US weather, Cleveland's class bravo, airport main building is old and small, ground schools are in double wides, all Cessna's with exception of two Seminoles, airport is a 3 mile drive (not that bad actually)
I chose KSU mainly because it is FAA accredited which is going to be a big help in the next few years when the 1500hr requirement goes into effect because it will provide some exceptions to the rule for us.
As far as near Indiana, the only one I really saw was Purdue. I hated the campus and the airport felt like an old time train station to me. Their fleet is nice with a wide variety and a lot of cirrus, but the thing that made me not want to go was the long wait time on the ground. I flew in there and ended up waiting 30min just idling waiting for a takeoff clearance because so many people just stay in the pattern. At Kent its a 2 minute taxi and takeoff. and you get more time in the air and behind the controls.
Clear skies and strong tail winds.