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UNC Board of Governors

The UNC Board of Governors is the policy-making body charged with “the general determination, control, supervision, management, and governance” of the University of North Carolina. Its 32 voting members are elected by the NC General Assembly for four-year terms.  Former board chairs may continue to serve for limited periods as non-voting members emeriti. The president of the UNC Association of Student Governments or that student’s designee is also a non-voting member.


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The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

The UNC Board of Governors Meeting, November 2,2017

The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

The UNC Board of Governors Meeting, November 3,2017

The UNC Board of Governors Meeting, September 8,2017

BOG meeting held at the Center for School Leadership Development, Chapel Hill.

The UNC Board of Governors Meeting, September 7,2017

BOG meeting held at the Center for School Leadership Development, Chapel Hill.

The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

The UNC Board of Governors July 14, 2017

University of North Carolina at Asheville, Reuter Center, Asheville, North Carolina

The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

Board of Governors Special Meeting, June 26, 2017

Election of Chancellor, North Carolina Central University

The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

The UNC Board of Governors May 19, 2017

The UNC Board of Governors May 19, 2017

The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

UNC BOG Meeting - 05/18/17

Watch Strategic Priorities Discussion

The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

UNC Board of Governors Meeting: 03/03/17

Policy Discussion

The University of North Carolina – A Multi-Campus University

UNC Board of Governors Meeting: Policy Discussion 03/02/17

Assessment Without Opportunity Is Dead Strengthening the K-12 to Higher Ed. Pipeline

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