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Indiana Commission for Higher Education



cap iconReduced quality for the sake of more college graduates does not serve the needs of Indiana students or the state. The state’s completion, productivity and quality goals are not, however, mutually exclusive. Indiana's ability to succeed depends on achieving all three.

Hoosiers need lower cost, Indiana’s higher education system must continuously affirm the academic quality and value of all certificate and degree programs and work collectively to meet the needs of the state. Specifically, the Commission and Indiana institutions must:

  • Expand use of quality assessments that provide comparable measures of student learning outcomes.
  • Embrace accelerated models with demonstrated learning outcomes to safeguard quality.
  • Increase public transparency through consistent return on investment information that demonstrates what Indiana graduates know and are able to do

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