Rutgers University is going to fight back against the state. A plan to increase the Board of Governors from 15 to 19, would allow the state to choose more representatives to the Board of Governors and therefore have more say over matters there. A meeting will happen Friday by the trustees at the school to discuss options they have to fight back against the plan. Currently the governor picks 8 members of the board and the trustees 7. This new proposal would give the governor 10 picks, and one each by the senate president and speaker of the assembly.