Indiana Commission for Higher Education

Overview

Founded in 1971, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education is a public body responsible for defining the educational missions of public colleges and universities, planning and coordinating Indiana's state-supported system of postsecondary education, reviewing budget requests from public institutions and the State Student Assistance Commission and approving or disapproving for public institutions the establishment of new programs or expansion of campuses.

General Information

Organization Name

Acronym

ICHE

Address

101 West Ohio Street, Suite 300
Indianapolis
46204-4206 Indiana United States

P

+1 (317) 464 4400

F

+1 (317) 464 4410

Year of Establishment

1971

Control Type

Public

Entity Type

Non-Profit

Geo Focus and Coverage

Local or Regional


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