Board of Trustees
The MTSU Board of Trustees will hold the Academic Affairs, Student Life, and Athletics Committee, the Audit and Compliance Committee, the Finance and Personnel Committee, and the Executive and Governance Committee Meetings on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, in the Miller Education Center. The Committee Meetings are open to the public, and will be live streamed, beginning at 9:00 a.m. (CDT)
When finalized, the agenda and material will be posted at Board of Trustee's Committee Meetings page.
*Meeting start times are approximate; if one meeting or lunch finishes early, the following meeting may begin earlier than noted.
To view the live stream of the meetings, click on the box below:
About the Board
The Board of Trustees is the governing body of Middle Tennessee State University and is responsible for selecting and appointing the president; setting the operating budget; approving personnel appointments; granting all degrees awarded by the University, including honorary degrees; establishing tuition and fee rates; approving contracts; and approving all rules, regulations, curriculum changes, new programs and degrees of the University.
The Board consists of 10 members, 8 of whom are appointed by the governor, by and with consent of the Tennessee General Assembly. In addition, the Faculty Senate elects a faculty member to serve a two-year term, and the Student Government Association presents three students to the University President for review, and he will recommend one of the three to the Board for approval. The student trustee is non-voting and serves a one-year term. They hold regularly scheduled meetings four times a year, and additional meetings as needed.
The Board of Trustees of Middle Tennessee State University was established pursuant to 2016’s FOCUS Act (2016 Tenn. Pub. Acts, ch. 869)
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) letter approving MTSU’s change of governance.