Board of Regents

Presenting at Meetings of the Board of Regents

  • Introduce yourself and state your name and title.
  • Begin by stating if the item is intended to be for Board action or for information.
  • Agendas typically are very full. We suggest you practice your presentation ahead of time to make sure the timing is accurate. It will help the meeting stay on schedule.
  • Please do not present in person all of the information you submitted in advance. Assume the Regents have reviewed the materials.
  • Present a few high level points and your objective in bringing this information to the Board’s attention.
  • Leave 50% of your allocated time for questions from the Regents and discussion about the item.
  • When possible and relevant, include student presenters. The Regents want to hear from as many voices as possible on many topics and student participation is extremely valuable.
  • Business attire is recommended.

The University is fortunate to have an engaged and dedicated Board of Regents – and they have very clear expectations of us. Please feel free to reach out to us with questions or concerns. We want your presentations to be successful!

Thank you,

Tyler Lange and Shelley Tennant
Office of the Board of Regents
(for full Board and Governance Committee Items)
Rachel Northquist
Office of the Provost
(for Academic and Student Affairs Committee items)
Jeffrey Fillmore
Office of the Executive Vice President for Finance & Administration
(for Finance & Asset Management Committee items)