First of all, I am very excited about the new direction Chancellor Fingerhut and Governor Strickland are taking towards making higher education more affordable. As an adult educator, I am interested in what type of new incentive metrics OBOR (Ohio Board of Regents) is going to use to determine funding streams for universities. In my opinion, the focus for many institutions is too heavily directed towards traditional freshman enrollment and retention. Specific university resources and services tailored towards the unique needs of adult learners have been marginal at best. My question is how can the OBOR metrics for how universities are funded in Ohio be changed to recognize the enrollment and retention of non-traditional adult learners? I am interested in making sure that everyone who is interersted in pursuing higher education can not only afford it, but also have the resources and assistance to stay enrolled. Any thoughts would be appreciated.