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STATE AUTHORIZATION RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT
Indiana is the first state in the country to join an interstate initiative designed to ensure academic quality and increase affordability for Hoosier students who complete online courses offered by colleges in other states.
Launched by the National Council for State Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), the initiative will streamline the regulatory process required for colleges to enroll college students across state lines. More than twenty states are expected to be signed on by the end of 2014.
“Indiana is embracing new pathways that offer Hoosier college students more options and greater flexibility in completing education beyond high school,” said Teresa Lubbers, Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education. “It is imperative that these options are aligned with our state’s quality standards, and NC-SARA promotes consumer protection and reduces regulatory burdens and costs.”
MHEC Press Release Feb. 24, 2014
MIDWEST STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP)
Current Indiana Participants:
Ball State University – Muncie
Indiana State University – Terre Haute
Ivy Tech Community College – Statewide
Purdue North Central – Westfield
RECIPROCITY BETWEEN INDIANA AND OHIO
The general purpose of the this tuition reciprocity agreement is to expand postsecondary education opportunities in Eastern Indiana and Western Ohio while limiting the cost of such expansion to the taxpayers of Indiana and Ohio through collaboration among public institutions of higher education. The intended outcomes are to increase availability of programs to residents of both states.
This Agreement was approved by the Commission on June 13, 2013. view
Indiana and Ohio Reciprocity Map
RECIPROCITY BETWEEN INDIANA AND KENTUCKY
The general purpose of the this tuition reciprocity agreement is to expand postsecondary education opportunities in Southern Indiana and Northern Kentucky while limiting the cost of such expansion to the taxpayers of Indiana and Kentucky through collaboration among public institutions of higher education. The intended outcomes are to increase availability of programs to residents of both states.