Meeting Schedule & Priorities

Board of Regents meetings are open to the public. Under specific circumstances, some meetings of the Board and most meetings of the Board’s Litigation Review Committee, are held as non-public meetings as provided for in Minnesota State Statute. Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are held on the sixth floor of McNamara Alumni Center.

Each June, the Board approves its meeting schedule for the coming year.

2022-23 Meetings

  • July 13-15, 2022 (includes retreat)
  • September 8-9, 2022
  • October 13-14, 2022
  • December 15-16, 2022
  • February 9-10, 2023
  • March 8-10, 2023 (includes retreat)
  • May 11-12, 2023
  • June 8-9, 2023

Agendas and meeting materials

Priorities

Each summer, the Board of Regents and the president identify priorities that directly influence the Board’s annual planning for its meetings and focus the efforts of the president and her administration.

Priorities for 2022-23

  • Oversee implementation of the MPact 2025 systemwide strategic plan, with a governance focus in the following areas:
    • Engage with enrollment strategies for each campus, focusing on plans to meet MPact 2025 enrollment goals, including recruiting, retention, pricing, affordability, and financial aid. Oversee development and adoption of any adjustments to enrollment goals.
    • Maintain and reinforce efforts to foster inclusive campuses that reflect the University’s diversity, equity, and inclusion values.
    • Oversee continued roll-out of the University’s targeted distributed learning strategy in support of greater access and student success.
    • Amplify the University’s efforts to engage corporate partners and drive innovation in the Minnesota economy.
    • Advance opportunities to broaden sponsored project funding and elevate the University’s national profile as a research powerhouse.
  • Maintain focus on public safety across the system, with an emphasis on full implementation of efforts to increase Twin Cities campus safety. 
  • Drive health sciences partnerships and strategies to support medical education, improve clinical care, and more fully serve the people of Minnesota.