Connecticut Board of Regents

The Board of Regents (BOR) for Higher Education governs CSCU - four state universities; 12 community colleges; and Charter Oak State College.

About the BOR

Responsibilities

Among many responsibilities, the board sets statewide tuition and student fee policies; establishes financial aid policies; reviews, licenses, and accredits academic programs; and, in collaboration with institutional stakeholders, conducts searches for and selects campus presidents. In addition to governance responsibilities, the board also holds broad responsibilities for development and coordination of statewide higher education policy.
Meetings & Agendas Minutes Committees Mission, Vision, Goals Bylaws

Board Members

  • Board Chair
    The chair of the Board of Regents is appointed by the Governor and the Board of Regents elects a vice-chair and other officers from among its membership.
  • 15 Voting Members
    Nine appointed by the Governor. Four appointed by legislative leadership, of whom one is a specialist in K-12 education and the three remaining are alumni of the Connecticut Community Colleges, Connecticut State Universities, and/or Charter Oak State College. The chair and vice-chair of the Student Advisory Committee.
  • 6 Non-Voting, Ex-Officio Members
    Commissioner of the Department of Education, Commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development, Commissioner of the Department of Labor, Commissioner of the Department of Public Health, and the Chair and Vice Chair of the Faculty Advisory Committee.
Members & Bios Colleges & Universities

Comments & Questions

Questions regarding the Connecticut Board of Regents should be addressed to Erin A. Fitzgerald, Office of Board Affairs, at 860-723-0013 or fitzgeralde@ct.edu.