The Board of Trustees (BOT) is suitably composed and appointed by the Proprietor. The Board have power to-
Arrange for the University endowment, financing strategy and long-range planning;
Conduct visitation to the University, as specified under the Laws of the University
Appoint the Chancellor, the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council and its members and determine their terms and conditions of service;
Hold all properties, movable or immovable, of the University in trust;
Make policies that will facilitate and enhance realization of the objects and goals of the University; and
Consider academic and non-academic annual reports and audited accounts of the University.
1. Respected person of high integrity and renowned for management competence in the person of Prof. Peter Okebukola, OFR - - Chairman
2. Prince Oladega Adelowo Adebogun - Proprietor.
3. Prof. Olatunji Oyeneye - Member
4. Mr. Fatai Lasisi - Member
5. Pastor E. O. Adeleye - Member
6. Ms. Colllettee O'hehir - Member
7 Mrs. Ajike Masha - Member
8. Mr. Dipo Ojedeji - Secretary
Terms of Reference: To hold in trust, the Properties of Caleb University; and to meet at least once a year, without prejudice to the need for special meetings as may be circumstantially dictated.
5 members including the Chairman, and at least one member of the Caleb Organisation.
Brief Profile of The Chairman, Board of Trustees.
The Chairman BOT, a former Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (Nigeria)
Professor Peter Okebukola was born in Ilesa on February 17, 1951. He had his secondary education at St. Malachy's, Sapele and Remo Secodary School, Shagamu. He had his higher education at the University of Ibadan where he obtained his Bachelor degree in 1973 follow by Master's and Ph.D degrees in science education in the same university. he had specialised training at the Massachusetts Institution of Technology (MIT), and Harvard University both in Cambridge, USA. he specialises in higher education, science, computer and environment education. He serves on a number of International Organisations as consultant including UNESCO, UNICEF, the World Bank and the UNDP. Professor Okebukola is noted as the First African to win the prestigious UNESCO Kalinga Prize for the Communication of Science. He is a Fellow of the Board of Director of the International Academy of Education, Member of the Executive Board of the International Association for Research in Science Teaching. He is also the African Representative and Member of the Board of Director of the International Council of Association for Science Education. He is a Fellow and past President of the Science Teachers 'Association of Nigerian (STAN) as well as of the National Association for Environmental Education. He has won several International Gold Medals in Science and Computer Education and he is the editor of or in the Editorial Board of 25 National and 18 International Journals.
He was Dean of Education, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, and Acting Vice-Chancellor of Lagos State University, Director of the University's Centre for Environmental and Science Education, visiting Professor at the Curtin University of Technology, Perch, Australia.