UVI Board of Trustees to Meet on March 2

UVI President David Hall (File photo)
UVI President David Hall (File photo)

The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will meet at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 2, in the Great Hall on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix and via teleconference from various points.

The meeting will begin with regular session agenda items. UVI President Dr. David Hall will present the President’s Report. He will be followed by Board Chairman Henry Smock with the Chairman’s Comments. The Board will receive an update report from the Research and Technology Park. Then the Board will consider other agenda items.

The Board will take action on a resolution being presented to ratify the actions taken in Regular Session by the Executive Committee. The Board will then hear presentations from the Finance and Budget Committee and take action on:
1. The Tuition Pricing for Selected Members of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States
2. The Fiscal Year 2020 Appropriation

After a presentation from the Governance Committee the Board will take action on the trusteeship of two candidates for the status of trustee emeritus.
The Planning Committee will present UVI’s key performance indicators as linked to the University’s Strategic Plan, Pathways to Greatness.

The board will then go into executive session and will report any actions taken in executive session before being adjourned.

The board last met in a special session on Jan. 23 in special session. A complete list of board meetings is available on the Board of Trustees page on the UVI website www.uvi.edu

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