Temple will review its decentralized budget, which gives each school and college control over its funds.
Temple and other state-related universities' funding was at risk during the budget impasse.
In-state students could be charged $6,000 more for Spring 2018 and later refunded if the budget is passed.
TSG hosted phone banks on Main Campus for students to call their state representatives.
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.