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higher education funding in indiana the role of the indiana commission for higher education
Higher Education Funding in Indiana: The Role of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education

Trustees Academy

August 30, 2010

Indiana Commission for Higher Education

indiana s public higher education system
Indiana’s Public Higher Education System
  • 5 four-year Public Postsecondary Institutions
  • 2 two-year Public Institutions
  • 31 Public Campuses and 12 Instructional Sites
  • 407,000 Students in 2008-09
  • 1,500 buildings worth $12B
  • $2.3B in salary and compensation
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Contextual Information

Total FY 10 estimated expenditures by all Indiana public postsecondary institutions

$5,090,667,914

Total FY 10 General Fund estimated expenditures by all Indiana public postsecondary institutions

$3,487,676,807

state operating appropriations to public postsecondary institutions
State Operating Appropriations to Public postsecondary institutions

Compound Annual Growth Rate: 4.7%

state general fund expenditures by function fy 2010
State General Fund Expenditures by FunctionFY 2010

Source: State Budget Agency (note: includes all Higher Educ. expenditures)

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Indiana Commission for Higher Education

Role in Developing the State Higher Education Budget

overview of the state budget process
Overview of the State Budget Process
  • CHE and State Budget Agency issue budget instructions to the public postsecondary institutions each biennium
  • Institutions submit formal budget requests to the state
  • CHE compiles and reports the institutional budget requests
  • CHE issues budget recommendations to Governor and General Assembly
  • Governor issues budget recommendations to General Assembly
  • CHE staff works with legislative staff during legislative session to help craft the budget
state appropriations to higher education fy 2009 2011
State Appropriations to Higher Education FY 2009-2011

$ in millions

Note: not all appropriations were released; some state appropriations were replaced with federal stimulus funds

che funding recommendations
CHE Funding Recommendations
  • Informed by Reaching Higher: Strategic Directions for Higher Education in Indiana
  • Recognizes that by law independent boards of trustees for each public institution with responsibility for the soundness of that institution
  • Indiana needs a comprehensive, integrated and complimentary system of higher education
  • Focus areas of reaching Higher include:
    • College Preparation
    • Affordability
    • College Completion
    • Economic Development
che responsibilities related to higher education budget
CHE Responsibilities Related to Higher Education Budget
  • Make recommendations for state appropriations to higher education
    • Institutional appropriations
    • Capital projects and R&R
    • State Student Financial Aid
    • Non-Binding tuition targets
  • Post budget responsibilities
    • Review certain expenditures
    • Review certain capital projects
    • Make recommendations on budget reductions (when necessary)
che r ecommendations for campus operating appropriations
CHE Recommendations for Campus Operating Appropriations
  • Fungible dollars appropriated to the institutions
  • Appropriations are made to individual regional campuses; one appropriation to ITCCI
  • Generated through (an evolving) collection of formulae
  • Performance funding policies
capital projects
Capital Projects
  • Requested by institutions with no restrictions
  • Only exception is a formula to generate R&R appropriations
  • CHE makes capital project recommendations
  • Capital projects may be:
    • State funded, requires General Assembly authorization
    • Non-state funded, sometimes requires General Assembly authorization
    • Cash funded
    • Authorized to issue debt – debt may or may not be repaid by the state
  • Includes projects:
    • New construction
    • Repair or renovation
    • Infrastructure
historical cap projects requests che recommendations and as passed
Historical Cap Projects requests, CHE recommendations and ASPassed

Note: GA approvals have exceeded CHE recommendations by $930M

che review of capital projects
CHE Review of Capital projects
  • Certain capital projects require state review and approval
  • CHE REVIEWS and makes recommendations on capital projects that have been requested by the institutions
  • Statutory review depends on many things, including:
    • Type of project
    • Total cost of the project
    • Source of project funding
  • After CHE recommendation, projects move to State Budget Committee, State Budget Agency, Indiana Finance Authority and Governor
student financial aid
Student financial aid
  • A very complex, but important issue to affordability
  • Financial aid comes from many sources, but chiefly:
    • Federal government
    • State appropriations (SSACI)
    • Institutional aid
    • Private foundations/owners/employers
  • Financial Aid study jointly undertaken by CHE and SSACI to be presented in September to State Budget Committee
    • Aligning financial aid policy with state higher policy: particularly college completion
    • Recognizing the “new normal” student – majority of financial aid applicants are “non-traditional students with different types of needs and require a new approach to financial aid policy
the general assembly makes final determination
The General Assembly makes final determination
  • CHE makes recommendations
  • The Trustees by statute have virtually all of the decision making power and responsibility for institutional budgets and administration
  • The General Assembly is always free to accept, modify or reject the CHE recommendations
  • CHE must work with institutional staff, the legislature, other parts of state government and other stakeholders
  • CHE recommendations are almost never adopted to the dollar, but the General Assembly has always passed higher education budgets based on Commission recommended policies
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