The Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon

The Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon is the university’s governing body. The broad responsibilities of this 15-member group are to supervise, coordinate, manage, and regulate the UO, as provided by state statute. The trustees may exercise all powers, rights, duties, and privileges expressly granted by law or that are incidental to their responsibilities.

Information about employee meetings with trustees


The Board of Trustees has begun its annual duty of evaluating the university president with an assessment of interim President Scott Coltrane.

Conversations will provide trustees with the opportunity to hear directly about the many ways faculty and other employees work to support and strengthen the university.

Trustees will discuss several issues important to students when they hold a joint committee meeting this Friday.