Apereo is registered in the State of New Jersey, USA, and governed by an elected Board of Directors. Board elections normally occur once per year. Typically, three board members retire and their replacements are elected by representatives from Apereo member organizations. Representatives from member organizations can nominate any individual or they may nominate themselves. In addition to elected board members, the board has the right to appoint up to four additional board members. A list of the current board members can be found under the section Leadership.
Membership and Leadership
Apereo is a network of institutions like yours. We help to support software used in thousands of educational institutions worldwide. We're also the place higher education software projects, new or ongoing, can find help, support and sustenance.
The following is a complete list of the current Apereo Foundation member organizations.
The Apereo Board meets on the third Tuesday of every month. Minutes of meetings are recorded and posted here for community review.
Apereo Commercial Affiliates are commercial entities that demonstrate support for Apereo and its constituent software communities by becoming members of the Apereo Foundation. Typically, Commercial Affiliates offer services around Apereo software.
- Apereo Staff
- Apereo Board
The Apereo Foundation Annual Report represents a summary of Foundation activity over the course of the year 2015-2016. It is presented to the Apereo Annual General Meeting, which in 2016 takes place at NYU in New York City, 22nd to 26th May 2016.
During the course of 2014-15 Apereo grew and matured as an organization. We maintained our open approach to community and software development, whilst learning to apply open approaches to new contexts
The Apereo Foundation Annual Report represents a summary of Foundation activity over the course of the year 2016-2017. It is presented to the Apereo Annual General Meeting, which takes place in Philadelphia, PA.
Archive of newsletters for the Apereo Foundation 2013-2018.
Material on the consolidation is provided here for historical reasons.