Chancellor of Oregon University System
- • appointment
- • qualifications
- • compensation
(1) The State Board of Higher Education shall appoint a chief executive officer who shall be known as the Chancellor of the Oregon University System and who shall serve at the pleasure of the board. The board may appoint one or more assistants as may be necessary.
(2) The chancellor and the assistants of the chancellor shall be persons who by training and experience are well qualified to perform the duties of their offices and to assist in carrying out the functions of the board under ORS 351.010 (State Board of Higher Education) to 351.070 (Board general powers as to higher education and institutions), 351.075 (Chancellor of Oregon University System) to 351.260 (Planning assistance), 351.310 (Board's general financial power) to 351.615 (Higher Education Auxiliary Enterprise Building Repair and Equipment Replacement Fund), 351.770 (Western Regional Higher Education Compact ratified) to 351.840 (Contracts with commission to furnish educational service in Oregon institutions to out-of-state students), 352.002 (Oregon University System) to 352.006 (Political or sectarian tests prohibited in appointment of faculty or employees), 352.010 (Status of faculty) to 352.053 (Coordination of wood product research, development or evaluation), 352.230 (Oregon State University designated as agricultural college of the state), 352.360 (Traffic control on properties under state board), 352.370 (Students unable because of religious beliefs to attend classes on certain days), 352.390 (Regional services institutes), 352.400 (Program purpose and function) and 352.510 (University Fund from sale of university lands) to 352.760 (Severability).
(3) The State Board of Higher Education shall fix the compensation of the chancellor and the assistants of the chancellor. [1971 c.708 §10; 2001 c.382 §3; 2005 c.22 §248]
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