The purpose of the Special Meeting is to receive comments and input from UW students on the University's budget and tuition rates.
Individual personnel matters will not be considered, nor will testimony on them be received.
In addition to this Special Meeting, the Board encourages campus constituencies to voice their opinions to and through the designated representatives for faculty, students, and alumni, and through the means of communication that have been established and encouraged by the University's various governance and administrative mechanisms.
Written communication is encouraged as a means of providing opinions to the Board. Communications to the Board should be sent to the Board's Secretary and should normally be copied to the Office of the President/Provost.
The Board encourages those wishing to speak at the Special Meeting to sign up in advance, and provide the following information by email, fax, using the on-line form, or at the Board Office.
This information is not necessary to attend the meeting.
Include the following information:
- Your name
- Specific topic you wish to address involving the University's budget and tuition rates
- Your contact information – email address and/or telephone number
Speakers will be subject to a three-minute time limit.
Priority will be given to student sign-ups received by noon on Monday, February 13, and those students who sign up at the meeting if time remains for additional speakers at the meeting.
Send written comments or your request to speak to:
Office of the Board of Regents
139 Gerberding Hall, Box 351264, Seattle, WA 98195-1264
Fax: 206-543-6110 Phone: 206-543-1633
An additional meeting is planned for Thursday, April 5,
to hear from University community members about the UW budget.
To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office at: 206.543.6450 (voice), 206.543.6452 (TTY), 206.685.7264 (fax), or email at email@example.com. The University of Washington makes every effort to honor disability accommodation requests. Requests can be responded to most effectively if received as far in advance of the event as possible, preferably at least 10 days.