Board of Trustees

Brief Overview of the Trustees of the University of Guelph Heritage Fund Function

The Board of Trustees of the University of Guelph Heritage Fund was established as a standing committee by the Board of Governors in 1991. Its duties are to oversee the investment and growth of the Heritage Fund through the management, development or sale of designated University non-core real estate and to provide the Board of Governors with reports on its activities on a semi-annual basis. The Heritage Fund is an endowed account which is to be used for the strategic purposes of the University. Disbursements from the Heritage Fund are governed by the Declaration of Trust document.

Real Estate Designated to Heritage Fund

The Board of Trustees oversees the real estate assets designated by the Board of Governors for the Heritage Trust in accordance with the Declaration of Trust, related policies and the annual budget and business plan as they pertain to the Heritage properties. 

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