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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.
The Offices of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education are located at: