Arkansas.gov

Current Policies - Board and Fiscal Policies

The Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board (“Coordinating Board”) was created by Acts of 1997, No. 1114.
An Alternate Retirement Plan as provided for in A.C.A. Title 24, Subchapter 8, is hereby established for all employees of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education who may elect to participate, of their own choosing, effective July 1, 1993.
Act 759 of 1985 provides several tax credit incentives to Arkansas taxpayers to support research and educational program efforts at Arkansas colleges and universities.
The Executive Director is directed to annually obtain a report of income and expenditures of educational and general and auxiliary operations of each institution for the most recently completed fiscal year.
The structure and sales of bonds issued by state institutions of higher education shall be in conformance with all relevant provisions of state and federal law, and may contain such terms as specified by the local board in its authorizing resolution which are in compliance with state and federal law and Coordinating Board policy.
The College Savings Bond program offers the availability of approximately $95 millionto be expended on capital projects in the 1991-93 biennium. 
Act 148 of 2017 directs the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board to adopt policies developed by the Department of Higher Education (ADHE) necessary to implement a productivity-based funding model for state-supported institutions of higher education.
Act 148 of 2017 directs the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board to adopt policies developed by the Department of Higher Education (ADHE) necessary to implement a productivity-based funding model for state-supported institutions of higher education.
A productivity index for each institution will be calculated based on the Productivity Funding Model policies for four- and two-year institutions. 

  Page 1  2  3   

Arkansas.gov