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TBR Schedules Three Open Committee Meetings Sept. 5

Three open committee meetings – Audit, Ad-hoc Committee on Capital Outlay and Capital Maintenance, and Committee Chairs – will be held at the Tennessee Board of Regents office in Nashville on Wednesday, Sept. 5.The Audit Committee meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. CDT. The agenda includes:I. Informational reporting a. Review of Comptroller’s audit reports b. Review of internal audit reports c. Review of risk assessments for universities and community collegesII. Review of internal audit plans and status reports a. Review of internal audit year-end status reports for fiscal year 2012 b. Review of internal audit plans for fiscal year 2013III. Non-public executive session

The Ad-hoc Committee on Capital Outlay and Capital Maintenance meeting will begin at 1 p.m. to discuss the following agenda:I. Review of and action on the 2013-14 capital budget requestII. Housing presentationIII. Other business

The Committee Chairs will convene immediately following the Capital Outlay and Maintenance meeting to review these agenda items:

I. Opening remarksII. Finance and business issuesIII. Tenure upon appointmentIV. Report on searches for TTC directors at Crump, Pulaski and NewbernV. Review draft of September board meeting agenda

All three meetings are open to the public and the press with the exception of the non-public executive session of the Audit Committee. Those wishing to attend should contact Monica Greppin-Watts at monica.greppin-watts@tbr.edu or 615-366-4417 before noon CDT Sept. 4 so building security clearance can be arranged. Anyone with a disability who wishes to participate should use the same contact to request services needed to facilitate attendance. Contact may be made in person, by writing, by e-mail, by telephone or otherwise and should be received no later than noon Sept. 4.

The Tennessee Board of Regents is the nation’s sixth largest higher education system, governing 46 post-secondary educational institutions. The TBR system includes six universities, 13 two-year colleges and 27 technology centers, providing programs in 90 of Tennessee’s 95 counties to more than 200,000 students.

The College System of Tennessee is the state’s largest public higher education system, with 13 community colleges, 27 colleges of applied technology and the online TN eCampus serving approximately 100,000 students. The system is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents.