Kansas Board of Regents

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Kansas Board of Regents
MottoLeading Higher Education
FormationJuly 1, 1925 (1925-07-01)
Purposeeducational oversight
Headquarters1000 SW Jackson Street
Suite 520
Topeka, Kansas, U.S.
Membership
32 public institutions
President & CEO
Blake Flanders
Chairman
Dennis Mullin
Websitewww.kansasregents.org

The Kansas Board of Regents is an organization that governs six state universities in the U.S. state of Kansas. It also supervises and coordinates nineteen community colleges, five technical colleges, six technical schools and a municipal university. It has nine members.

Kansas Board of Regents is located in Kansas
Emporia St.
Emporia St.
Fort Hays St.
Fort Hays St.
Kansas St.
Kansas St.
Pittsburg St.
Pittsburg St.
Univ. of Kansas
Univ. of Kansas
Washburn
Washburn
Wichita St.
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Member universities of the Kansas Board of Regents

Member selection[change | change source]

The Kansas Board of Regents has nine members. All of them are chosen by the Governor of Kansas. Each Board Member also serves on committees that help solve higher education issues.[1]

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