Regents of the University of Colorado

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The Regents of the University of Colorado comprise the governing board of the University of Colorado system. Established under Article IX, Section 9 of the Constitution of Colorado, the Board of Regents has 9 voting members. One regent is elected to represent each of Colorado's seven congressional districts, with two others elected by the state at large. They serve six-year terms, which are staggered so not all are elected at the same time.[1]

The Regents oversee the University's budget, they hire the University's president and other top University officials, and they set tuition and priorities.[2] They select a chair and vice-chair from their own membership.[3] Glen Gallegos is the current chair and Lesley Smith is the current vice chair.


The four campuses in the University of Colorado system are:


District Regent Party Residence Term expires
1st John "Jack" Kroll Democratic Denver 2023
2nd Callie Rennison Democratic Superior 2027
3rd Glen Gallegos Republican Grand Junction 2025
4th Sue Sharkey Republican Castle Rock 2023
5th[4] Vacant
6th Ilana Dubin Spiegel Democratic Englewood 2027
7th Nolbert Chavez Democratic Lakewood 2027
At large Heidi Ganahl Republican Boulder 2023
At large Lesley Smith Democratic Boulder 2025


  1. ^ University of Colorado. Board of Regents.The Board of Regents. Viewed: 2017-01-25.
  2. ^ Brundin, Jenny. University Of Colorado Board Of Regents' Power Hangs In The Balance Nov. 8. Colorado Public Radio News, October 23, 2016. Retrieved: 2017-01-25.
  3. ^ University of Colorado. Board of Regents.Board Authorization and Responsibilities. Viewed: 2017-01-25.
  4. ^ Langford, Katie (November 19, 2021). "Chance Hill resigns from CU Board of Regents". The Denver Post. Retrieved November 20, 2021.

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