BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Due to restrictions of in-person meetings as a result of the coronavirus, the Indiana University Board of Trustees will meet virtually on April 10.
The meeting will be held on April 10 only. IU trustees had previously been scheduled to meet April 9 and 10 at the IU South Bend campus.
Members of the public will have access to the meeting via streaming on broadcast.iu.edu. A schedule, agenda and information for online access are available on the IU trustees website.
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The IU Board of Trustees is Indiana University’s governing board, its legal owner and final authority. The board holds the university’s financial, physical and human assets and operations in trust for future generations. Its membership, terms of office, responsibilities, powers and electoral procedures are governed by the Indiana Code.