House Higher Education Study Committee To Hold Hearing In Dayton
Chairman Rosenberger: Study committee strives to "include more Ohioans in the conversation"
 
 
COLUMBUS - 

In an effort to facilitate a local discussion and gain feedback from Ohioans, State Representative Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) has announced that the House Higher Education Study Committee will be holding a hearing in Dayton on Thursday, September 19th.


The hearing will be held at Kaplan College from 1 to 3 p.m. and will focus on strategies to better serve non-traditional students. Members of the public as well as media are encouraged to attend.


“These study committee hearings are designed to include more Ohioans in the conversation on improving higher education and making it more accessible,” said Rep. Rosenberger, who serves as the chairman of the Higher Education Study Committee. “We have had constructive, meaningful discussions at our previous hearings in Oxford, Rio Grande, Perrysburg, Alliance and Columbus. The Dayton hearing is the last opportunity for the public to take advantage of these regional hearings and make their voices heard to the study committee.”


Speaker of the Ohio House William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) initiated the study committee as a way to reach out to Ohioans on higher education issues and bring the discussion to communities throughout the state. The hearing in Dayton marks the last of a total of six hearings.


Individuals who would like to testify before the committee should contact Chairman Rosenberger’s office at (614) 466-3506 or Rep91@ohiohouse.gov.

 
 
 
  
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