Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities

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The Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities is an organization mostly of U.S. universities located in metropolitan areas. The CUMU was founded in 1990.[1]

Governance

The CUMU Executive Committee is composed of Presidents of member institutions. Executive Committee members are elected to two-year terms during the annual Presidents meeting at the CUMU conference in October.

CUMU Standing Committees are chaired by a member President who serves on the Executive Committee and are elected at the annual CUMU conference to serve two-year terms. Membership on the standing committees is open to member Presidents and Administrators and is a great way to get more involved in the Coalition with a limited time commitment

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United States[edit]

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International[edit]

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