Finance and Productivity
Education pays, but it also costs. Widespread attainment takes both adequate funding and the productive use of money. Read more about state funding, tuition and fees, student financial aid, degree productivity, and staffing trends.
Remarks from Arthur F. Quern, chairman of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, at the 41st SHEEO Annual Meeting.
HEPC 2012 - Complete College America: How states are utilizing common completion metrics in performance funding formulas and other state policy initiatives
Complete College America was created in 2009 to work with states to significantly increase the number of Americans with quality career... Read More
The “Great Recession” of 2009 has brought an unprecedented level of financial chaos to public higher education in America. Programs are being... Read More
On February 15, 2013, SHEEO staff sent a query to agency finance officers with the following three queries: QUERY ONE: ... Read More
A Breakthrough Opportunity: The Next Four Years for Higher Education in the United States: An open letter to the 2012 presidential candidates Rapid... Read More
Degree Production Trends by Program Area: A National Analysis 2004-2009 The national imperative for increased postsecondary level completions... Read More
View this year's SHEF Report and related tables and figures, FY 2012 View the webinar about this year's report and the SHEF process in general View... Read More
HEPC 2012 - Targeting Financial Aid for Improved Retention Outcomes—Impact of Case Studies from Louisiana and Oklahoma
With funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Noel-Levitz conducted a study for the Louisiana Board or Regents to determine how... Read More
On November 29, 2012, SHEEO staff sent this query to state agency finance officers: The Utah System of Higher Education is looking at modifying the... Read More