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.
May 8, 2013: PRESS RELEASE: State to recognize 26 Indiana counties for efforts to increase college success (view)
May 7, 2013: Education Roundtable solicits requests for proposals on quantitative reasoning curricula design. Details available here.
May 7, 2013: ADVISORY: State to recognize 26 Indiana counties for efforts to increase college success (view)
April 25, 2013: NEWS:State reports spotlight students’ readiness for college (view)
March 28, 2013: ADVISORY: April 2 higher education summit to focus on meeting workforce needs (view)
March 25, 2013: MY VIEW: The cost of not completing college (view)
March 14, 2013: Commission sets sights on closing college achievement gap (view)
Resolution to Close Indiana's College Completion Achievement Gap (view)
March 1, 2013: Statement by Commissioner Lubbers on Purdue University's tuition freeze (view)
January 9, 2013: Commissioner calls for increased return on investment in higher education (view)