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The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is a 14-member public body created in 1971 to define the missions of Indiana's colleges and universities, plan and coordinate the state's postsecondary education system, and ensure that Indiana's higher education system is aligned to meet the needs of students and the state.
March 26, 2015: Indiana Sees Big Gain in Students Meeting Financial Aid Deadline view
March 19, 2015: Help Recognize Outstanding 21st Century Scholars Alumni and Partners view, Distinguished Alumni Nomination, Outstanding Partner Nomination
March 10, 2015: $1.8M Awarded to Help Indiana Colleges Graduate More Students view, proposal summaries
March 4, 2015: Time is Running Out to File for Financial Aid for College view
March 2, 2015: More Indiana High School Graduates are Entering College Prepared view
February 23, 2015: Commissioner Calls on Indiana Colleges to Embrace New Data Measures,Strengthen Connections between Higher Education and Employment media release, speech (.pdf), speech (.docx)
February 20, 2015: 2015 State of Higher Education Address Takes place Feb. 23 at Statehouse view
January 30, 2015: State helps Hoosiers get ‘Cash for College’ view
January 28, 2015: More Hoosier college students on track to graduate following recent state financial aid reforms view
Report: Reforming Student Financial Aid to Increase College Completion: Early Progress Resulting from Indiana House Enrolled Act 1348 (January 2015) view