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Oregon University System

The Oregon University System (OUS) is administered by the Oregon State Board of Higher Education (the "Board") and the Chancellor of the OUS, who is appointed by the Board, which is currently Melody Rose serving in interim capacity.[1] The previous chancellor was George Pernsteiner.

While previously responsible for the state's seven public universities, legislation passed in 2013 allowed Oregon public universities the option to set up their own institutional governing boards and the state's three largest universities (UO, OSU, PSU) opted for institutional boards that became effective July 1, 2014.[2] The four remaining regional universities in the OUS system (EOU, OIT, SOU, WOU) later opted for institutional boards as well, effective July 2015.[3]

Constituent universities

Name Location Established Enrollment Fall 2013[4]
Eastern Oregon University La Grande 1929 41574,157
Oregon Institute of Technology Klamath Falls 1947 44144,414
Southern Oregon University Ashland 1926 61406,140
Western Oregon University Monmouth 1856 61886,188

References

  1. ^ http://www.ous.edu/about/rosebio Melody Rose, Chancellor, OUS
  2. ^ "About OUS". http://www.ous.edu. Retrieved 17 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Independence Growing At Oregon's Small Universities". Oregon Public Broadcasting. 2014-06-04. Retrieved 2014-06-19. 
  4. ^ "Oregon University System Enrollment Fact Sheet for Fall 2013" (PDF). Oregon University System. 2013-11-14. Retrieved 2013-11-20. 

External links

  • Oregon University System Home Page


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