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Higher Education Financing, Special - 66th R.S. (1979)

Committee Members
Bill Clayton, Vice Chair
William T. 'Bill' Moore
William P. Hobby, Chair
H.R. Bright
Frank C. Erwin, Jr.
John E. Gray
John H. Lindsey
Fred McClure
Jack B. Strong
Willis M. Tate
Charges
• Make a thorough and comprehensive study of the financing of the higher education system in Texas with particular emphasis on providing the highest quality of educational services in the most efficient manner possible. Giver particular emphasis to the issues of facility financing, the impact of declining enrollments, the future of formula funding, and the adequacy of financial administration.
• Review tuition, fees and student assistance, as well as funding for faculty salaries, organized research, and facilities construction and repair. *

Note:
Appointed pursuant to SCR 101.

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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