CHICAGO — Indiana University, a triple-A rated credit, will hit the market Thursday with $96 million of student-fee revenue bonds to finance construction of a neuroscience building.

Like all of the university’s $952 ­million of outstanding debt, the new bonds will be issued in a fixed-rate mode. About $495 million of IU’s total debt consists of student-fee revenue bonds.

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