NACUBO 2014 Annual Meeting

Be sure to visit WTC Consulting, Inc. Booth #613, at the NACUBO 2014 Annual Meeting held in The Washington State Convention Center in Seattle on July 19-22, 2014.  The 4-day event offers an opportunity for attendees to showcase solutions, initiate provocative discussions, and share effective strategies to manage the many challenges facing campus administrators.

The theme for 2014 is “Scaling New Heights.”  The educational sessions are organized into 8 tracks to help attendees navigate the complete schedule:

  • Cultivating Leadership
  • Doing the Numbers
  • Sustaining the Built Environment
  • Financing the Enterprise
  • Fostering Organizational Effectiveness
  • Planning and Budgeting
  • Running the Campus
  • Serving the Student

The National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) is a membership organization representing more than 2,500 colleges, universities, and higher education service providers across the country and around the world.  NACUBO specifically represents chief business and financial officers through advocacy efforts, community services, and professional development activities.  The association’s mission is to advance the economic viability and business practices of higher education institutions in fulfillment of their academic missions.

The regional associations cooperatively founded the National Association of University Business Officers (NACUBO) in 1962.  The regional and national associations work together in the following ways:

  • Joint programming and administrative support
  • Leadership sharing Sharing of best practices

There are 4 regional associations:

  • Eastern Association (EACUBO).  Founded in 1962.
  • Southern Association (SACUBO).  Founded in 1928.
  • Western Association (WACUBO).  Founded in 1936.
  • Central Association (CACUBO).  Founded in 1909.

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