The Colorado State University System Board of Governors will hold public meetings Thursday and Friday on the third floor of the Lory Student Center.
The Audit and Finance Committee meeting will be held at 9:15 a.m. Thursday. This committee will include a budget update, tuition modeling, a student credit hour cost comparison and updates on bonds, debt and treasury.
The Real Estate/Facilities Committee meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. This committee will require action from the Board of Governors on construction plans.
The board will vote on the Equine Vet Teaching Hospital, the South Campus Infrastructure, the Prospect Underpass, the Institute for Biological and Translational Therapies and the Human Performance Clinical Research Laboratory Phase III.
The Board of Governors will also vote on the acquisition of 218 Magnolia St., a 7,449-square-foot house for $1.5 million that will serve as the president’s house and a meeting place for special events. However, Tony Frank has chosen not to move into the house.
The Academic and Student Affairs Committee meeting will be held at 9:10 a.m. Friday. This committee includes a CSU Faculty Manual change.
The Colorado State University Reports meeting will be held at 10:05 a.m. Friday. This will include the president’s report by Tony Frank, a faculty report by Paul Doherty and a student report by ACSU President Jason Sydoriak.
The full schedule for the Board of Governors meeting can be found online.
The Board of Governors’ next meeting will be Dec. 10-11.
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