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ERIC Number: ED043129
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 87
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The Future Financing of Higher Education in the State of Indiana. Long-Range Needs and Resources. Working Papers.
Keith, Harry Lincoln; Chambers, M. M.
This study documents the second of three phases of the Indiana Higher Education Facilities Comprehensive Planning Study. Papers comprising this second phase of the study are devoted to long-run forecasts of needs and resources and related significant considerations. This portion of the study focuses on financing higher education. Consideration is given to the following basic sources of income: student tuition and fees, Federal and State allocations, private gifts and grants, and endowments. In making revenue source projections for public and private institutions in Indiana, the report anticipates that total income will increase annually in actual dollar amounts while the proportional share of each source of income is expected to change. Appendixes offer tables comparing various aspects of States' funding of higher education. A related document is EA 003 081. (JF)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Advisory Commission on Academic Facilities, Bloomington.; Indiana Conference on Higher Education, Indianapolis.