Invest in Illinoisans: proposed financial aid commitment

Amendment to the proposed U of I Investment, Performance, and Accountability Commitment (IPAC) introduced into legislation in March 2017.

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  1. This week U of I President Tim Killeen announced a proposal for the University of Illinois System that would provide a minimum of $170 million in annual financial aid over five years to keep talented high school graduates in the state for college and stem a growing outflow of students to out-of-state schools.
  2. The Invest in Illinoisans, or Triple I program, was introduced as an amendment to the proposed U of I Investment, Performance, and Accountability Commitment (IPAC), a measure pending in the legislature that would provide predictable funding for university operations over the next five years in exchange for tangible performance goals that serve the needs of the state.
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  4. Lawmakers join President Tim Killeen for a Capitol news conference on a funding and performance commitment between the U of I and state government.
    Lawmakers join President Tim Killeen for a Capitol news conference on a funding and performance commitment between the U of I and state government.
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