Financial Information for ICI Member & Public Institutions

STEM Teach VI

*All information is for reference purposes only and is subject to change.

Financial Information for ICI Member & Public Institutions

All funds will be sent directly to the business office of each institution, and the institution will decide how the funds are distributed.

All non-profit higher education institutions in Indiana may submit proposals. Campuses are encouraged to promote collaboration within departments for one submission; therefore, only one proposal from each campus per discipline area will be considered.

Institutions that have not received funding through other sources for similar purposes will be given priority consideration in order to avoid duplication of efforts and to serve a wider range and larger number of teachers.

Tuition, books, and materials for these courses will be offered at no cost to teachers in Indiana by utilizing the funds granted to CELL and made available from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education through the STEM Teacher Recruitment Fund to pay colleges and universities for tuition, books, and materials.

Graduate courses will be offered in the following semesters: Fall 2023, Winter/Spring 2024, Summer 2024, Fall 2024, Winter/Spring 2025 & Summer 2025 as funding allows.

Tuition

Tuition for courses may be proposed at the actual university amount and cannot exceed the maximum amount per credit hour, per student, as indicated in the RFP. CELL will generate an invoice template at the conclusion of each course for universities to submit to be reimbursed for tuition. Teachers cannot be charged for tuition, fees, books or materials by any institution offering a course through STEM Teach.

University Administrative Service Fee
Upon the conclusion of each course, universities and colleges can be reimbursed up to the maximum amount indicated in the RFP.

Campus Liaison
Upon the conclusion of each course, universities and colleges will be paid up to the maximum rate indicated in the RFP.

STEM Teach V

*All information is for reference purposes only and will be removed on 8/30/23.

Financial Information for ICI Member & Public Institutions

All funds will be sent directly to the business office of each institution, and the institution will decide how the funds are distributed.

All non-profit higher education institutions in Indiana may submit proposals. Campuses are encouraged to promote collaboration within departments for one submission; therefore, only one proposal from each campus per discipline area will be considered.

Institutions that have not received funding through other sources for similar purposes will be given priority consideration in order to avoid duplication of efforts and to serve a wider range and larger number of teachers.

Tuition, books, and materials for these courses will be offered at no cost to teachers in Indiana by utilizing the funds granted to CELL and made available from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education through the STEM Teacher Recruitment Fund to pay colleges and universities for tuition, books, and materials.

Graduate courses will be offered in the following semesters: Winter/Spring 2022, Summer 2022, Fall 2022, Winter/Spring 2023, and Summer 2023 (as funding allows).

Tuition

Tuition for courses may be proposed at the actual university amount and cannot exceed the maximum amount per credit hour, per student, as indicated in the RFP. CELL will generate an invoice template at the conclusion of each course for universities to submit to be reimbursed for tuition. Teachers cannot be charged for tuition, fees, books or materials by any institution offering a course through STEM Teach.

University Administrative Service Fee
Upon the conclusion of each course, universities and colleges will be reimbursed up to $1,000 per course to offset administrative expenses for accepted courses.

Campus Liaison
Upon the conclusion of each course, a payment of up to $200 per course for a campus liaison will be provided to the college/university for accepted courses. Each campus must designate a campus liaison who will coordinate efforts and serve as the main point of contact for the institution’s STEM Teach courses.