A potential delay in the state’s budget could impact Temple’s cash supply, but not tuition.
President Richard Englert also presented a report on Temple's relationship with the community.
The meeting was held over the phone because of a snowstorm that hit Philadelphia on Tuesday.
President Englert talked about the budget and immigration restrictions.
The university announced Dai’s departure this evening and confirmed a revised budget.
Officials said trustees will likely raise tuition again at a public meeting in July.
Officials are asking for a $25.5 million increase from 2015-16.
Temple faces the risk of downgraded credit ratings, which would make borrowing money more difficult.
Both of Temple’s hospitals could face serious problems if funding isn’t passed.
The state’s longest budget impasse has Temple $175 million in the hole.