board of regents

  1. a committee of university officers who have general supervision over the welfare and conduct of students
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  • I have been in communication with members of the university's board of regents, faculty, and administration (as well as friends of the school).
  • At least 36 states enacted or proposed education cuts because they faced massive, "devastating" budget deficits in this recession, says a report last year by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a non-profit research group in Washington, D.C. In Arizona, for example, about $232 million was trimmed from the university system in fiscal 2009 and 2010, according to the Arizona Board of Regents. Best Value Colleges: Can getting a degree be affordable?
  • They also meet quarterly with the chair and the vice chair of the university's board of regents.
  • Logan and Wilk, meanwhile were among what Brownback called an "all-star" team when he announced their appointments to the Board of Regents last year. Front Page
  • After the 1999 legislative battle, the university system's Board of Regents appointed a committee to examine collective bargaining.
  • The university's board of regents approved the constitutional revisions in February 2005.
  • An estimated 345,000 students in New York's K-12 public schools are illegal immigrants, according to a study by the Federation for American Immigration Reform cited by the Board of Regents. Plan Embroils Tuition Rules in a Hot Issue
  • Tennessee's higher education structure has been divided for years between the multicampus systems of the University of Tennessee and the Tennessee Board of Regents 'institutions. Undefined
  • The university building has from that time been under the guardianship of the board of regents.
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