UMS Trustees to Meet in Bangor on Jan 27th
BANGOR, MAINE – The University of Maine System Board of Trustees will meet on Monday, January 27, at the UMS headquarters in downtown Bangor. At the meeting, Trustees will consider a proposal to enter an agreement to secure the delivery of natural gas to the University of Maine at Farmington and to complete campus facility improvements necessary to consume that energy.
In addition, Trustees will review and consider a proposal to move the University College Bath/Brunswick location from Bath to a location at the Brunswick Naval Air Station. A number of appointments and policies will also be considered by Trustees.
Complete meeting materials for the January Board of Trustees meeting may be viewed at: http://www.maine.edu/about-the-system/board-of-trustees/meeting-agendas/
Established in 1968, the University of Maine System is the state’s largest educational enterprise. It has an annual enrollment of nearly 40,000 students and serves over 500,000 individuals annually through educational and cultural offerings. Two-thirds of its alumni—approximately 120,000 people—live in Maine. The University of Maine System features seven universities—some with multiple campuses—located across the state, as well as eight University College outreach centers, a law school, and an additional 31 course sites. For more information, visit www.maine.edu.
All Board meetings are open to the public. Persons with disabilities who need accommodations to attend should call Chip Gavin, director of facilities management and general services, at 973‐3335 (voice) or 973‐3262 (TDD/TDY) or by e‐mail at email@example.com.