HJR 150 (BR 1373) - C. Rollins II
Direct the Council on Postsecondary Education to develop a funding proposal based on an analysis of cost data to improve affordability, efficiency, and accountability within the public postsecondary education system; develop funding formulas for public postsecondary institutions; collect cost reports from institutions related to instruction, academic support, research, public service, and auxiliary services; propose a fair and reasonable portion of cost responsibility for the Commonwealth and for students; propose distribution of gift and endowed income; limit the number of credit hours for associate degrees to 60 and for bachelor degrees to 120, except for specific approved degree programs.
Feb 23-introduced in House
Feb 24-to Education (H)
Feb 27-posted in committee