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Assembly Bills
A-668 Requires institutions of higher education to provide to prospective students certain cost, loan, and debt information in financial aid shopping sheet.
A-2118 (Gusciora / Watson-Coleman / Chivukula / Huttle) - Authorizes Secretary of Higher Education to impose a fine against an institution of higher education that fails to appropriately respond to a student's allegation of sexual assault by another student.  View bill here.
A-2236 (Riley / Wisniewski / Benson / Lampitt) - Establishes "College Affordability Study Commission" to examine issues and develop recommendations to increase the affordability of higher education in New Jersey.  View bill here.
A-2800 (Riley / Giblin / Jasey) - Requires high school students be assessed using college placement cut scores to determine readiness for college-level course work, and Commissioner of Education to develop plan to improve college and career counseling for students.  View bill here.
A-2801 (Jasey / Stender / Riley) - Provides that no more than 120 credits will be required for baccalaureate degree awarded by a public institution and no more than 60 credits for an associate degree.  View bill here.
A-2802 (Riley / Cryan / Giblin) - Directs Secretary of Higher Education to establish a communication and incentive plan to encourage re-enrollment in college; requires statewide reverse transfer agreement.  View bill here.
A-2803 (Cryan / Riley / Benson) - Requires independent colleges report certain consumer information on their websites; requires information on remedial instruction to be provided by public and independent colleges; directs how remedial education is delivered at public and certain independent colleges.  View bill here.
A-2805 (Jasey / Riley / Cryan) - Directs Secretary of Higher Education to establish common core course numbering system for public institutions of higher education.  View bill here.
A-2807 (Cryan / Riley / Eustace) - Prohibits four-year public and independent institutions of higher education from increasing resident undergraduate tuition and fees for nine continuous semesters following student's initial enrollment.  View bill here.
A-2809 (Cryan / Riley / Quijano) - Requires institutions of higher education to develop open textbooks available to students at no charge and requires buyback of used textbooks at 50 percent of purchase price.  View bill here.
A-2811 (Cryan / Riley / Mazzeo) - Prohibits four-year public and independent institutions of higher education from requiring students to purchase meal plans and permits the institutions to only offer meal plans in the form of a spending allowance.  View bill here.
A-2812 (Riley / Cryan / Giblin) - Requires development of longitudinal data system that maintains individuals' data from preschool through entry into workforce. View bill here.
A-2813 (Cryan / Burzichelli / Riley) - Requires closure of four-year public institutions of higher education that fails to achieve a six-year graduation rate of at least 50% for full-time undergraduate students.  View bill here.
A-2815 (Pinkin / Cryan / Riley) - Requires New Jersey Educational Facilities Authority to annually prepare report on debt held by public institutions of higher education.  View bill here.
A-2816 (Cryan / Riley / Pinkin) - Requires State Auditor to conduct audit of fees charged by public institutions of higher education.  View bill here.
A-2817 (Riley / Singleton / Jasey) - Requires all school districts and public institutions of higher education to offer dual enrollment programs to provide college-level instruction to high school students and requires these students be charged a reduced tuition rate.  View bill here.
A-2818 (Stender / Riley / Cryan) - Requires certain undergraduate students file degree plan and requires public institutions of higher education to devleop pathway systems to graduation.  View bill here.
A-3338 (Prieto / Diegnan / Lagana / Ruiz / Sweeney) - Allows school districts and requires public colleges to enter into dual enrollment agreements to provide college-level instruction to high school students through courses offered on college or high school campus.  View bill here.
A-3059 Requires use of goods made in the United States for State contracts; requires businesses that receive State contracts or economic development assistance to disclose job exportation information.  View bill here.


   
Senate Bills
S-162 (Cardinale / Bucco) - Requires institutions of higher education provide greater assistance to certain students with military obligations. View bill here.
S-731 (Kean / Cunningham) - Establishes "New Jersey Higher Education Funding Formula Commission." View bill here.
S-485 (Cunningham / Ruiz) - Requires president of public institution of higher education to regularly report on-campus criminal and fire events to the institution's governing board.  View bill here.
S-2226 (Prieto / Diegnan / Lagana / Ruiz / Sweeney) - Allows school districts and requires public colleges to enter into dual enrollment agreements to provide college-level instruction to high school students through courses offered on college or high school campus. View bill here.
S-1781 (Greenstein) - Requires institutions of higher education to provide students with access to mental health care programs and services and to establish a hotline to provide information concerning the availability of those services.  View bill here.
S-1811 Requires use of goods made in the United states for State contracts; requires businesses that receive State contracts or economic development assistance to disclose job exportation information.  View bill here.
S-2489 (Sweeney / Whelan / Oroho) - Permits public-private partnership agreements for certain building and highway infrastructure projects; provides for EDA oversight.  View bill here.
S-2809 (O'Toole) - "Madison Holleran Reporting Act"; requires institutions of higher education to post information on student suicides and attempted suicides on website.  View bill here.




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