The meeting will include public comment from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. as well as a presentation on the stadium.
CSU President Tony Frank on Monday announced the university could go forward with the construction of a $246 million, 43,000-seat stadium, but only after $125 million is raised through donations in the next two years. That figure is about half of the projected cost of the stadium.
Now that Frank has made his recommendation, the board must give its approval.
The meeting will be held in the Cherokee Park Room in the Lory Student Center on the CSU campus.
Joe Zimlich of the Bohemian Companies, the organization founded by heiress Pat Stryker, chairs the Board of Governors. On Tuesday, Stryker said she has not committed to donating money for the project.