The twelve member advisory board supports the Ohio Supercomputer Center which was established by the Ohio Board of Regents in 1987 as a statewide resource designated to place Ohio's research universities and private industry in the forefront of computational research.
OARnet (Ohio Academic Resources Network), an advisory committee who conducts periodic review of its programs and operations, with special attention to ensuring that the management and operation of the network supports the State of Ohio’s goals for higher education, P-20 education, economic development, and the goals of the State of Ohio.
The 13-member commission that governs eTech Ohio. The eTech Ohio Commission was created in July 2005 to consolidate the state's investment in the telecommunications networks used by Ohio's public broadcasters and the K-12 community.
The Board of Regents-Chief Information Officer Advisory Board advises the Chancellor on OARnet’s development and direction of the integrated technology infrastructure needed to support to Board of Regents education and technology programs.
The Ohio Board of Regents, a nine-member advisory board to the Chancellor, appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Ohio Senate, with two ex-officio Representatives from the state legislature.