About the Board of Governors
The Board of Governors consists of 15 members, nine of which are voting members. The six non-voting members represent Colorado State University, Colorado State University-Pueblo, and Colorado State University-Global Campus. One faculty member and one student leader are representatives from each university.
It is the intent of the Board of Governors of
the CSU System to foster development of Colorado State University and Colorado State University-Pueblo as identified in Colorado Revised Statute ' 23-31-107 et. seq. and 23-31.5-101 et. seq.
It is the intent of the Board to support the institutions in their development as separate and distinct institutions through planning and resource development.
It is the intent of the Board to maintain each institution's flexibility to address challenges and opportunities that arise as the institutions seek to fulfill their statutory missions.
It is the intent of the Board to support opportunities for cooperation in program and resource sharing between the institutions.
It is the intent of the Board to facilitate system-wide financial accountability through annual financial audits as well as the programof the internal auditing unit within the CSU System structure.
It is the intent of the Board to promote administrative efficiency through a small central system staff, relying upon the expertise of institutional personnel where necessary and appropriate. It is the further intent of the Board to measure and promote administrative efficiency consistent with the policies of the Colorado Commission on Higher Education.
You may contact any board member via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.