Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Flexible Fee Assessment for Credit Bearing Off-Campus Programs of Strategic Importance

Periodically, Indiana State University has opportunities to develop academic programs of strategic importance at locations remote to the Terre Haute campus.  Some of these opportunities provide for the delivery of instruction resulting in the award of ISU credit hours.  Unlike programs delivered on campus, many of these programs do not require the utilization of many of the services and facilities provided for on-campus programs.  On February 24, 2006, the Board of Trustees authorized the University President to determine programs of strategic importance to the University that would be eligible for a flexible fee assessment.  It is further recommended that with the approval of the Present and Treasurer, the Provost be authorized to establish a credit hour fee that is not lower than the direct costs of the program being provided. 

To propose a flexible fee, credit bearing program for approval, please submit a completed ROUTING SHEET FOR CREDIT BEARING OFF-CAMPUS FLEXIBLE FEE PROGRAMS along with a detailed description and budget to the Office of Continuing Education.