Penn State University - Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees of The Pennsylvania State University is the corporate body established by the charter with complete responsibility for the government and welfare of the University and all the interests pertaining thereto including students, faculty, staff and alumni. (See Standing Order VIII of the Charter, Bylaws and Standing Orders for additional information on Governance of the University.) For information about recent issues, please visit the Progresssite. Board of Trustees Responsibilities
The selection of the President of the University
The determination of the major goals of the University and the approval of the policies and procedures for implementation of such goals. The review and approval of the operating and capital budget of the University. Such other responsibilities as law, governmental directives, or custom require the Board to act upon. http://www.psu.edu/trustees/
The University Faculty Senate is the representative body of Penn State's faculty with legislative authority on all matters pertaining to the educational interests of the University and all educational matters that concern the faculties of more than one college. In addition, the Senate is recognized by the University as an advisory and consultative body to the President on all matters that may affect the attainment of the University's educational objectives. http://www.senate.psu.edu/
Old Main Administration
The President of the University is the chief executive officer, responsible to the Board of Trustees for the operation of the University. The executive vice president and provost of the University is the chief academic officer, responsible to the President. Together, these officers constitute the Office of the President, which is designed to integrate and coordinate the responsibilities of both officials in the management of the University. The senior vice presidents for development and alumni relations, finance and...
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