CHICAGO — The University of Indiana is planning to enter the market tomorrow and again in early February with $270 million of revenue-backed borrowing that will refund existing debt as well as finance a series of long-standing capital projects as the school launches a new master planning process under a new president.

Many of the projects financed with the new-money piece of the sales will be spread across the university’s eight campuses and some — such as a new life sciences building and a research complex — will dovetail with Indiana’s broader economic plans.

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