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April 4, 2018 La Grande, Ore. — Eastern Oregon University’s Board of Trustees will discuss university tuition rates, upcoming capital projects and evaluations of online program management, among other topics, on April 12 in La Grande.
The agenda includes a presentation from Director of Facilities and Planning John Garlitz regarding proposed building projects over the next several years. Next, trustees will hear from Vice President for University Advancement Tim Seydel about legislative happenings during the short session in February.
Richard Chaves, who chairs the Finance and Administration Committee, will lead discussion of next year’s tuition and fees, followed by a proposed rate change for on-campus room and board.
In the afternoon, trustees will continue their evaluation of a proposal to work with an online program management company to expand the reach of EOU’s online education offerings. Finally, Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Nathan Lowe will share information about Cultural Heritage and Archaeological Research Technologies (CHART).
The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Dixie Lund Conference Room, Inlow Hall 201, and is open to the public. Written comments to the board will be accepted within 48 hours of the meeting. Meeting materials and public comment sign-up are available online at eou.edu/governance/board-meeting-schedule.
The location is accessible to people with disabilities and the meeting will be streamed live at livestream.com/eou/governance. If special accommodations are required, call 541-962-4101 or email email@example.com at least 72 hours in advance.
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