As a governing body, the Board of Trustees is given authority—under state statute—to govern all aspects of the institution. The board does not manage the UO’s day-to-day operations. Much of this management authority is delegated by the board to the president (who may in turn delegate to others). The board, and all members of the UO community, must adhere to various laws, administrative rules, policies, etc. Some of these are enacted by the federal or state government, and some are self-imposed by the UO.

Below are a few documents or links to information that further articulate some of these guiding rules and principles:

Motions and resolutions adopted by the board during its various meetings are available here.