Board of Trustees

March 5

UO board committees complete a day of full dockets in advance of winter meeting

Board committees convene to cover classroom scheduling, initiatives on sexual assault, real property transfers among others.
March 5

Presidential compensation and evaluation discussed at Presidential Factors Committee meeting

The UO is currently below the 25th percentile for presidential salary when compared to its eight defined peers.
March 5

Board committee votes to adopt recommended tuition and fee rates

The Finance and Facilities Committee of the UO’s Board of Trustees today voted to adopt 2015–16 tuition and fee rates.
February 27

Board of Trustees to act on tuition, fees at March meeting

The board will decide whether to approve an advisory panel's recommendation for a 3.7 percent increase in tuition and fees.
February 13

First credit ratings pave the way for the UO's inaugural bond sale

A $50 million bond sale next month will finance the renovation of Columbia 150 and part of the EMU project.
February 12

Senate approves policy on policies, gets search update

The new policy guidance came out of a collaboration with the Senate, administration and Board of Trustees.
February 12

Ballmer, search firm discuss presidential search at forum

Representatives from Parker Executive Search joined Connie Ballmer to provide an update on the UO’s presidential search.
Connie Ballmer
February 9

Search committee discusses confidentiality in op-ed article

Committee Chair Connie Ballmer also pledges to keep the selection process transparent and provide ongoing updates on progress.
Relief carving of intertwined UO
February 6

Public sessions planned to discuss presidential search

Open sessions will be held on Feb. 11 at 9 a.m. in the Knight Law Center and at the 3 p.m. University Senate meeting.
February 5

New vendors for EMU among topics on committee agenda

A new blend of food and beverage offerings will provide a mix of various fares to choose from at the newly renovated and redesigned student union.

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