The school in Houston is going through financial and management problems.
Fired T-S-U president Priscilla Slade faces trial in August on two counts of criminally misusing university money for her private benefit.
All nine regents quit this month as Perry sought to put the historically black school under a conservator.
The five new regents are:
— Texas N-Double-A-C-P president Gary Bledsoe of Austin
— Ex-legislator Glenn Lewis of Fort Worth, who chaired Perry’s T-S-U advisory panel
— Richard Holland of Plano, who’s president and founder of the management consulting firm Holland Advisors
— Enrique Javier Loya, who’s chairman and C-E-O of Houston-based CHOICE Energy
— and Richard Salwen of Austin, who’s a former vice president and general counsel with Dell
Also, law school student Larry Taylor of Farris was named a student regent.