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About the University

Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is the governing body for Colorado Seminary, known publicly as the University of Denver. The Board delegates to the Chancellor, other leadership and the faculty broad responsibility for management of the University and for day-to-day operations. Its primary roles include selection and oversight of the Chancellor, management of the endowment and investments of the University, oversight of financial and other controls, legal and other compliance, and approval of strategic plans and annual budgets. The Board operates in significant measure through its committees.

The board consists of 28 voting board members, divided into four classes of seven members each, all elected and appointed for four-year terms.

The board meets at least three times per year.

The Board of Trustees is the governing body for Colorado Seminary, known publicly as the University of Denver. The Trustees provide guidance and oversight in the following areas: Athletic Affairs; Audit; Building and Grounds; Faculty and Educational Affairs; Finance and Budget; Investment; Nominating and Governance; Strategy; Student Affairs; and University Advancement.

Meet the 2016-17 Officers




Meet the 2016-17 Trustees

 

  • Denise M. O'Leary
    Denise M. O'Leary

    Private Investor
    Director, Calpine Corp., Medtronic Inc. and
    US Airways Inc.
    Denver, CO