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Posted March 20, 2017 6:35 pm by WirePoints Comments (5)
The Invest in Illinoisan’s fund or the Triple-I fund would give $170 million each year to in-state college undergrads.
5 Comments on "University of Illinois wants dedicated funding to support in-state students – WJBC"
This is part of a proposed state funding package for the U of I system (including Chicago and Springfield campuses), which is House Bill 6623 in the 100th General Assembly.
U of I is calling it the Investment, Performance, and Accountability Commitment (IPAC) plan.
What is their plan for the biggest financial problem sucking state funding away from lower in state tuition…pensions.
HB 6623 was in the 99th General Assembly.
What’s the new bill number in the 100th General Assembly?
It might be Senate Bill 222 (SB 222) in the 100th General Assembly.
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