Overseeing the University System of Georgia

The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia was created in 1931 as a part of a reorganization of Georgia’s state government. With this act, public higher education in Georgia was unified for the first time under a single governing and management authority. The governor appoints members of the Board to a seven year term and regents may be reappointed to subsequent terms by a sitting governor. Regents donate their time and expertise to serve the state through their governance of the University System of Georgia – the position is a voluntary one without financial remuneration. Today the Board of Regents is composed of 19 members, five of whom are appointed from the state-at-large, and one from each of the state’s 14 congressional districts. The Board elects a chancellor who serves as its chief executive officer and the chief administrative officer of the University System. The Board oversees the public colleges and universities that comprise the University System of Georgia and has oversight of the Georgia Archives and the Georgia Public Library Service.

Upcoming Meetings

Jan 2022 13

January 13, 2022

Atlanta

Feb 2022 8

February 8, 2022

Atlanta

Mar 2022 15

March 15-16, 2022

Strategic Discussion Retreat - TBD

Apr 2022 12

April 12-13, 2022

Albany State University

May 2022 10

May 10, 2022

Atlanta