A. cooperate with colleges and universities to create a statewide public agenda to
meet higher education needs and goals;
B. periodically study and report to the governor and the legislative finance committee
on enrollment capacity needs over a ten-year period, based on state demographic models,
academic program demands, institutional competencies and infrastructure, state workforce
needs, economic development goals and other factors; and
C. by November 1 of each year, present to the legislature a comprehensive funding
request and a legislative priorities list for all higher education. The funding request and priorities shall encompass the needs of all public post-secondary
educational institutions and programs.
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