Board of Trustees

The UO sign at the entrance to campus
February 25

Board to get update on strategic plans, consider tuition

During meetings Thursday and Friday, trustees also will hear about resource realignment, leadership searches and capital planning efforts.
February 1

Public comment period opens on tuition and fee rates

Under the proposal, which still must go before the Board of Trustees, resident tuition at the UO would remain below that of peer research universities.
December 3

Trustees hear about race, get update on tuition guarantee idea

Among other issues, trustees also heard reports on government issues at the state and federal levels and discussed building names.
Ethnic studies professor Charise Cheney will lead a panel looking at the history of two people whose names are on campus buildings
December 3

Charise Cheney to lead committee examining building names

Dunn and Deady halls are two buildings whose names have raised concerns among students calling for racial equity and respect.
December 2

Board panels consider building names and renovation plans

Trustees also heard a report on President Michael Schill's access and affordability initiative during committee meetings Wednesday.
November 25

Residence hall upgrades on tap for Board of Trustees

President Schill's access and affordability initiative and the new college and careers building also are on the agenda.
October 30

Governor appoints Stamps Scholar to UO Board of Trustees

Once confirmed by the Oregon Legislature, freshman accounting major Will Paustian will serve through June 30, 2017.
UO President Michael Schill attended his first Board of Trustees Meeting in September
September 11

Board of Trustees holds first meeting under new president

The September board meeting included budget, tuition and construction discussions, a meeting with the governor and comments by the president.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown met with the UO Board of Trustees at their September meeting
September 11

Governor applauds work of UO board and calls for more collaboration

The governor said she wants to work with the board to find a stable source of funding for higher education and continue recent gains.
The UO sign at the entrance to campus
September 10

Board committees review construction projects, hear about tuition

Three academic buildings and two sports facilities are on the list of construction projects reviewed by the Finance and Facilities Committee.