The University of Minnesota’s board of regents is poised to vote today against changing the names of four campus buildings after months of contentious debate.

That debate sparked by a report that indicated the buildings namesakes contributed to racist policies in the school’s history. Reportedly only one of the 12 regents has voiced support of a plan to remove the names from Coffman Memorial Union, Coffey Hall, Middlebrook Hall and Nicholson Hall. Both president Eric Kaler and a faculty task force supported eliminating the traditional names.