UO Board of Trustees to meet on campus March 11-12

The University of Oregon Board of Trustees will convene for its next quarterly meeting March 11-12 in the Lee Barlow Giustina Ballroom of the Ford Alumni Center on the Eugene campus.

Trustees will receive quarterly financial and treasury reports, an annual update on the Oregon Public University Retirement Plan, a report from the University Thermal Task Force, and a facility naming presentation. 

In addition, trustees will get updates on an internal audit, on the search for a chief auditor, and federal and state affairs. They also will hear reports on student engagement and international student engagement and on the Cascadia Region Earthquake Center. Board members will have lunch with international students.

The March meeting will highlight the Clark Honors College, including a reception with scholars. 

Trustees will also hear public comment and standing reports from the Associated Students of the University of Oregon, the University Senate and President Karl Scholz. 

The board will conduct a public comment session on tuition and fees for fiscal year 2024, after which it is expected to take action on the president’s tuition proposal.

An executive session is planned on collective bargaining.

The meeting's agenda and materials are available in the upcoming meetings section of the board website. Meetings will begin at 9 a.m. both days.

A livestream link will be available on the website. If accommodations for telephone conference, sign language for the deaf or hard of hearing, or accessibility are required, contact trustees@uoregon.edu at least two business days in advance of the posted meeting time.

To provide public comment during the meeting or to provide remote public comment, sign up by emailing trustees@uoregon.edu and include name, affiliation with the university, and topic for discussion. Public comment guidelines are available on the board's website.

Written comments can be submitted at trustees@uoregon.edu. Written comments will be shared with all trustees, but to ensure they are sent prior to the meeting they must be received by 5 p.m. Friday, March 8.