The conference sports information office could not provide an agenda for the two-day meeting but spokesman Dave Hirsch said the group is expected to take action on 'coaches recommendations, administrative policy and budget review.'
Coaches, athletic directors, faculty athletic representatives and senior women's administrators met earlier this spring at the conferences spring meetings in Arizona.
The Pac-12 CEO group will also have further discussions on issues that have dominated the college landscape of late, including more autonomy for the power five conferences, NCAA governance reform, full cost of attendance for student-athletes and other issues.
The Pac-12 CEOs sent a letter to their peers in the other four power conferences last month suggesting 10 points of emphasis that should be addressed in the near future and asked for responses from the other conferences in time to discuss them at this week's meeting.
Colorado chancellor Phil DiStefano will represent CU at the meetings.
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