I noticed that the University of Colorado at Boulder as well as the University of Missouri at Columbia both seem to have a president and a chancellor. Could you tell me what the difference between a president and a chancellor would be under those circumstances?
In both cases, the universities are systems that include four campuses. Each campus has a chancellor who oversees the operations on each campus and reports to a systemwide president.
In Kansas, each state university operates independently, and the Kansas University chancellor and other university presidents report directly to the Board of Regents, though the regents have a president, Reggie Robinson, who leads the regents' staff.