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The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is a fourteen-member public body created in 1971 to:
The Governor appoints twelve members, nine representing a Congressional District and three at-large members, to serve terms of four years. In addition, the 1990 legislature added a student and a faculty representative who are appointed by the Governor for terms of two years. The Commission is not a governing board, but a coordinating agency that works closely with Indiana’s public and independent colleges.
Our main office is located in the Old National Building at:
The members of the 2014 Student Nominating Committee would like to thank you for your interest in the student member position on the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.
Applications will be accepted via regular mail, express mail, fax or email (see Agreement to Serve for details). Candidates must submit applications, letters of recommendation and a signed Agreement to Serve by Friday, March 21, 2014. Applications postmarked or received via email after midnight on March 21st will not be accepted.
Student interviews will be held at the Commission for Higher Education’s office at 101 West Ohio Street, Suite 550, in downtown Indianapolis on Friday, April 4, 2014. Students will be responsible for travel expenses and parking fees. If you have been chosen for an interview you will be notified by Liz Walker to select a convenient time for your interview. All applicants will receive notification whether or not they have been selected for an interview.
For questions regarding the Student Commission Member and the Application process, please contact Liz Walker at email@example.com.