Colorado Commission on Higher Education - The Colorado Commission on Higher Education (CCHE) is an 11-member lay board, appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate, that acts as a central policy and coordinating board for Colorado public higher education. The mission of the Commission is to implement the directives of the General Assembly and promote and preserve quality, access, accountability, and efficiency with Colorado public higher education.
Compact for Higher Education - The fact is, Maine has one of the top high school completion rates in the country. Yet only 50% of our students go on to college and fewer still graduate with a degree. In the old economy, finishing high school was the minimum requirement for all young people. Now, we face the opportunity - the obligation - to raise the bar: to make college attainment as universal as high school attainment is today. It's time to change our expectations about higher education in Maine.
Connecticut Department of Higher Education - Welcome to the Connecticut Department of Higher Education. And to our website — www.ctdhe.org — your complete source of online information about Connecticut's outstanding system of higher education. The Board of Governors is Connecticut's coordinating agency for higher education. The Connecticut Department of Higher Education carries out the Board's administrative responsibilities.
Higher Education Coordinating Board - The Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board is a state agency governed by a 10-member citizen board. We are charged by state law with representing the "broad public interest" in higher education and are dedicated to helping students succeed.
IBHE - Welcome to the Illinois Board of Higher Education - The Board of Higher Education's policy and planning responsibility is one of its key functions, which it carries out in a variety of ways, from ad hoc study committees and special task forces to initiatives of the Board's staff, based in Springfield. In addition to The Illinois Commitment, other important planning activities of recent years have included: affordability, articulation, workforce preparation, underrepresented groups, undergraduate education, technology and distance learning, accountability and productivity, access and diversity, teacher preparation, and annual budget recommendations for all of higher education.
Indiana Commission for Higher Education - The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is a fourteen-member public body created in 1971 to:
* Define the educational missions of public colleges and universities
* Plan and coordinate Indiana’s state-supported system of postsecondary education
* Review budget requests from public institutions and the State Student Assistance Commission
* Approve or disapprove for public institutions the establishment of new programs or expansion of campuses
Massachusetts Board of Higher Education: Home Page - The public higher education system in Massachusetts is committed to ensuring that all Massachusetts residents have the opportunity to benefit from a higher education that enriches their lives and advances their contributions to civic life, economic development, and social progress in the Commonwealth.
Minnesota Office of Higher Education - The Minnesota Office of Higher Education is a cabinet-level state agency providing students with financial aid programs and information to help them gain access to post-secondary education. The agency serves as the state's clearinghouse for data, research and analysis on post-secondary enrollment, financial aid, finance and trends.
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education - The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education is the state’s legal structure for providing public education at the collegiate level. It is a coordinated system of colleges and universities located throughout the state. There are currently twenty-five institutions in the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education, including two research universities, eight regional universities, three special-purpose universities and twelve community colleges.
PASSHE l State System of Higher Education - Welcome to the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). With 14 universities and 107,000 students, PASSHE is the largest higher education provider in Pennsylvania. PASSHE’s mission is to increase the intellectual wealth of the Commonwealth, to prepare students at all levels for personal and professional success in their lives, and to contribute to the economic, social, and cultural development of Pennsylvania’s communities, the Commonwealth, and the nation.
PHEAA - Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency - The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) has grown from a small student loan guarantor in 1964, with a guaranty volume of only 4,600 student loans to one of the largest, full-service financial aid organizations in the nation. Today, PHEAA manages more than $56.5 billion in total assets and serves millions of students and thousands of schools nationally through its state grant, guaranty, servicing, and financial aid processing systems.
SCHEV : Your Partal for Exploring Virginia Higher Education and More Info on Colleges & Universitities - To promote the development and operation of an educationally and economically sound, vigorous, progressive, and coordinated system of higher education.
Tennessee Higher Education Commission - Welcome to the web site of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. Through this medium, THEC members and staff hope to provide useful information to prospective students about the vast offerings of the colleges and universities in Tennessee. Another objective of the site is to provide higher education statistics and policy analysis that may be meaningful to the policy community.
THECB > Home Page - The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board is dedicated to helping Texas meet the goals of the state’s higher education plan, Closing the Gaps by 2015. Meeting those goals means a bright future of economic vitality, social independence, and civic engagement for the citizens of Texas. Not meeting those goals means a future of lower household incomes, more stress on social services, and fewer people capable of participating as contributing citizens to our great state.
Welcome to SC CHE Home Page - Promoting quality and efficiency in higher education through advocacy and accountability
Welcome to the Arkansas Department of HIgher Education - As part of its responsibilities, the staff develops and implements board policies and procedures. Additionally, the Department reviews and approves academic programs; administers statewide financial aid programs and contracts with the Southern Regional Education Board for support of graduate and first professional study outside of Arkansas; recommends institutional operating, capital, and personal services budgets; and collects and reports on student and course data as part of a statewide data base and academic program inventory for policy studies.
Welcome to the Missouri Department of Higher Education Website MDHE - At the direction of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, the Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE) carries out the goals and administrative responsibilities for the state system of higher education, which serves more than 360,000 students through 13 public four-year colleges and universities, 19 public two-year colleges, one public two-year technical college, 25 independent colleges and universities, and 135 proprietary schools.