EDUCAUSE is governed by a board of directors and led by member volunteers and program development and operations staff. With the support of our community, we are able to accomplish our mission of advancing the strategic use of technology and data to further the promise of higher education

EDUCAUSE Board of Directors

The EDUCAUSE Board of Directors provides governance, sets strategic directions, and helps the association anticipate emerging issues.

Committees and Task Forces

Only EDUCAUSE Board members may serve on governance committees, however the Board of Directors may create and delegate responsibilities to committees, task forces, subcommittees, advisory panels, and such other groups identified by the Board to work in areas of significant interest to the Corporation that do not have governance authority. Committees without Governance Authority can be created without resolution by the Board and may be staffed with individuals who are not directors or members. Committees without Governance Authority do not have, nor may they exercise, the authority of the Board and only serve in an advisory role. These committees are often referred to as task forces, subcommittees, and/or advisory panels. These member volunteer opportunities provide expertise and diverse perspectives that help achieve EDUCAUSE’s mission while provide members with ways in which to showcase their thought leadership, create meaningful connections with others in the community, and give back to the greater good of the profession

Annual Business Meeting

At this annual meeting, the Board of Directors and executive staff review the year's major accomplishments, the association's financial condition, and new program initiatives for the coming year. This meeting is open to all members.

Organizational Documents and Policies

EDUCAUSE organizational documents and policies provide a framework and guide to implementation for management and operations.