USU student a finalist for Board of Regents’ student spot

Spencer Lee, former USU Executive Council vice president, is one of three finalists for the student spot on the Utah State Board of Regents. Next week Lee will be meeting with the governor, who will be the one to make the final decision on who gets the position. The Logan native, who will be getting married next month, has three semesters left at Utah State University. Lee is majoring in history with minors in political science and Spanish, and hopes to go to law school. Lee was already aware of the student regent position, since he and USU Executive Council President Tyler Tolson helped with last year’s selection process. “Ever since then I had it on my radar,” Lee said. This year James Morales, vice president for Student Services, approached Lee and invited him to apply, Lee said. Lee is one of three finalists for the student regent position. The other two finalists, Sarah Day and David Smith, are students at the University of Utah. If chosen, Lee will serve a one-year term with the Board of Regents as a voting member.

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