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Indiana Commission for Higher Education



cap iconToo many Indiana families have to borrow large sums to pay for higher education. Hoosier students borrowed an average of $27,000 to finance a college degree in 2010.*

Hoosiers need lower cost, alternative delivery structures that provide affordable paths to quality credentials that meet their educational and career goals. The state must foster more affordable options for students, align funding policies with completion, and make it financially attractive for students to complete their education on time.

Specifically, the Commission and Indiana institutions must:

  • Sustain and enhance the state’s performance funding formula.
  • Create student incentives to promote ontime completion.
  • Increase cost efficiency and resource reinvestment through business and academic efficiencies while ensuring quality.
  • Exchange promising institutional business practices and find new, more efficient ways to share services and avoid duplication of programs.

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