Students walk past a tree-shaded building on campus

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.


The College of Arts and Sciences will need to address growing enrollment, retiring faculty and dispersed facilities as it looks to the future.

Interim President Coltrane and acting Provost Bronet give final remarks before taking on different roles next year.

Executive and Audit Committee receives quarterly audit report and digs into IT audit and strategic planning