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Indiana Commission for Higher Education

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Background

The Financial Transparency Project was created by House Enrolled Act 1004-2011 through Indiana Code 5-14-3.6.  The Act requires Indiana's publicly funded higher education institutions to submit audited financial statements, outstanding debt information, and other public financial documents to the Commission to ensure public access and transparency.  While many institutions already had most of this information available via their websites, IC 5-14-3.6-3 requires the Commission to establish and maintain a website that consolidates this information. Each institution is required to, at a minimum, make the following documents available electronically:  purchasing business diversity reports, 100-R personnel reports, operating budget requests, capital budget/item requests, space reports, A-133 federal funds audit report, and academic program requests.

Summary Data

          Comparison of Institutions on Key Financial Metrics

          Comparative Financial Statements in Pivot Table Format, FY 2009 – 12

100-R Personnel Reports

Institutions

Ball State University

BSU FY 2012 Profile
BSU FY 2012 Consolidated Annual Financial Report

Indiana State University

ISU FY 2012 Profile
ISU FY 2012 Consolidated Annual Financial Report

Indiana University

IU FY 2012 Profile
IU FY 2012 Consolidated Annual Financial Report

Ivy Tech Community College

ITCC FY 2012 Profile
ITCC FY 2012 Consolidated Annual Financial Report

Purdue University

PU FY 2012 Profile
PU FY 2012 Consolidated Annual Financial Report

University of Southern Indiana

USI FY 2012 Profile
USI FY 2012 Consolidated Annual Financial Report

Vincennes University

VU FY 2012 Profile
VU FY 2012 Consolidated Annual Financial Report