Concordia University of Edmonton’s Board of Governors is responsible for the overall conduct, management, administration, and control of the property, revenue, business, and affairs of the university. The board represents the interests of the university, and fulfills its obligations under the Post Secondary Learning Act and the Concordia University of Edmonton Act.
- Appointing the president and other senior officers of the university, salaries, compensation, and terms of employment for all employees and pension plans for retirees;
- Overseeing the university’s finances, investments and pension plans;
- Setting tuition and other fees;
- Construction and maintenance of buildings, equipment and capital assets; and
- Overseeing the setting of the university’s long-term vision, mission and strategic direction and monitoring progress toward achievement of its goals.