Members of the Board of Governors

Structure of the Board of Governors

The Board of Governors has been structured as follows, from its first meeting in 1908 to the present:

  • 1908-1938:
    • President
    • 3 appointed by government
    • 5 elected by Senate
  • 1939-1946:
    • President
    • Chancellor
    • 3 appointed by government
    • 5 elected by Senate
  • 1947-1968:
    • President
    • Chancellor
    • Deputy Minister of Education
    • Deputy Provincial Treasurer
    • 5 appointed by government
    • 5 elected by Senate
  • 1968-1971:
    • President
    • Chancellor
    • Principal, Regina Campus
    • Principal, Saskatoon Campus
    • Deputy Minister of Education
    • Deputy Provincial Treasurer
    • 7 appointed by government
    • 5 elected by Senate
  • 1972-1974:
    • President
    • Chancellor
    • Principal, Regina Campus
    • Principal, Saskatoon Campus
    • Deputy Minister of Education
    • Deputy Provincial Treasurer
    • 9 appointed by government
    • 5 elected by Senate
    • student representative (president of students' union)
  • 1975:
    • President
    • Chancellor
    • 6 appointed by government
    • 3 elected by Senate
    • student representative (president of students' union)
    • faculty representative (elected)
  • 1976-2005 (December):
    • President
    • Chancellor
    • 6* appointed by government
    • 2 elected by Senate
    • student representative (president of students' union)
    • faculty representative (elected)

    *In September 2005, the provincial government announced it would not fill a vacant position on the Board of Governors (the sixth government-appointed member), and that it would introduce legislation to make the change to five government-appointed members official. See On Campus News, 7 October 2005. This Act came into force on 2 December 2005.

  • 2005 (December)-present:
    • President
    • Chancellor
    • 5 appointed by government
    • 2 elected by Senate
    • student representative (president of students' union)
    • faculty representative (elected)