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Corporate Alliances

We recognize the important role public/private partnerships play in education today, and we are grateful to our business partners for their support. We are committed to developing ongoing partnerships that grow beyond sponsorship toward broader, more interactive relationships to meet the new challenges of higher education.

As a NACUBO business partner, your company will be an integral part of our mission, as we leverage our collective resources toward identifying the issues and trends that will impact higher in the years ahead.

Networking Opportunities

We deliver access. Partnering with us is your pathway for engaging with college and university administrators, and other key leaders in more than 2,500 higher education institutions. Through face-to-face networking opportunities and advertising channels your message will be heard. We have several opportunities for in-person engagement with our members, and we can customize our plans to your business needs.
With NACUBO, you can choose to reach a broad audience at our Annual Conference, or drill down to a more targeted group of school leaders that focuses on the specific issues that are most relevant to your business, such as:

ProgramDate/LocationTopic
2014 Planning and Budgeting Forum September 22-23, 2014 | Denver, CO Finance
Addresses the latest techniques in higher education resource management.  This year’s topics address financial reserves, integrated benchmarking, performance metrics, capital planning, maximizing resources for student success, data driven decisions, effective communication, and more.
2014 Tax Forum September 28-30, 2014 | Phoenix, AZ Tax
Offers the latest information on issues and best practices in higher education tax compliance and administration. Participants hear and engage in discussions on timely subjects impacting the college and university tax community.
2014 Global Operations Forum Sept 30-Oct 1, 2014 | Phoenix, AZ          Tax
Examines international operations run by colleges and universities, with a focus on home-campus management and business support for programs operating overseas as well as compliance with both U.S. and foreign regulations
2014 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting – Fall October 13-14, 2014 | Las Vegas, NV Accounting
Covers net asset classes, restrictions, endowments, investment pool utilization, split interest agreements, capital assets, debt, and operating activities
2014 Managerial Analysis Decision Support November 13-14, 2014 | Charlotte, NC Accounting
College and university experts present core concepts and techniques needed to tackle resource allocation, financial management, costing, analysis, communication, and collaboration.
2015 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting – Winter January 22-23, 2015 | Orlando, FL Accounting
Covers net asset classes, restrictions, endowments, investment pool utilization, split interest agreements, capital assets, debt, and operating activities.
2015 Endowment and Debt Management Forum February 4-6, 2015 | New York, NY Finance
Interact with economic and media experts, financial and global investment authorities and noted campus investment managers to assess contemporary economic issues and trends as they may have an impact on institutional endowment management.
2015 Unrelated Business Income Tax February 25-27, 2015 | New Orleans, LA Tax
Tax experts will teach you how to understand and apply the fundamental concepts of UBI as well as easily identify potential UBI-generating activities.
2015 Facilities and Administrative Rates - Long Form March 2-4, 2015 | San Diego, CA Accounting
Provides an overview of cost accounting per OMB Circular A-21. Participants also learn the fundamentals of cost pools, how to allocate facilities and administrative (indirect) costs required by OMB Circular A-21, proposal preparation, rate negotiation, and audit considerations.
2015 Student Financial Services Conference March 22-24, 2015 | Atlanta, GA Student Financial Services
Covers the many policy, technical, and management issues impacting student financial services operations on campus.
2015 Higher Education Accounting Forum April 26-28, 2015 | San Francisco, CA Accounting
This event for advanced-level accounting and finance professionals offers the latest information on trends and best practices in financial accounting and reporting, managerial analysis, and leadership issues for all types of institutions.

Become a Thought Leader

Advances in technology and new innovations in higher education enable our institutions to focus on learning and putting students first. In NACUBO’s commitment to supporting these processes, we recognize the critical importance of collaboration with business partners. To that end, we have created a number of unique opportunities for your business to share best practices, and successful implementations, not only as a resource for our members, but also to bring a much-needed private industry perspective into the higher education dialog.

Fill a critical need for knowledge and be seen as a content leader, and take advantage of the opportunity to share effective strategies to manage many of the challenges facing the higher education industry. We are searching for speakers and writers on a variety of topics. The following programs have formal calls for content. Please check their individual event pages for submission deadlines and guidelines.

  • Planning and Budgeting Forum (call closed April 4, 2014)
  • Tax Forum (call closed April 21, 2014)
  • Global Operations Forum (call closed April 21, 2014)
  • Endowment and Debt Management Forum (call closed August 11, 2014)
  • Unrelated Business Income Tax (call closes September 12, 2014)
  • Student Financial Services Conference (call opens September 8, 2014)
  • NACUBO Annual Meeting (call closes October 14, 2014)
  • The Higher Education Accounting Forum (call opens September 22, 2014)

NACUBO opens doors to the business of higher education. There are many paths you can take to gain visibility, such as advertising in a publication, sponsoring an event, or exhibiting at our annual meeting. Let us help you find the right mix of marketing opportunities. Contact Deborah Cumbo at 202.861.2563 for more information.