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Advance the conversation and gain visibility for the work you're doing by submitting a proposal to present content to the NACUBO audience. We are searching for speakers and writers on a variety of topics, such as facilities, finance, and technology.

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.

The following programs have formal calls for content. Please check their individual event pages for submission deadlines and guidelines.

  • Planning and Budgeting Forum (call deadline is April 17, 2015)
  • Tax Forum (call deadline is May 15, 2015)
  • Global Operations Forum (call opens April 2015)
  • Endowment and Debt Management Forum (call opens June 2015)
  • Unrelated Business Income Tax
  • Student Financial Services Conference (2016 call opens September 2015)
  • NACUBO Annual Meeting (2016 call opens August 2015)
  • The Higher Education Accounting Forum (2016 call opens September 2015)

When preparing a submission, try to include specific institutional case studies, and information that has applicability to a wide variety of attendees from many types of institutions. View examples of successful proposals.

If you’re interested in having your content considered for Business Officer Magazine, please review their writing guidelines.

If you're interested in submitting content to be considered for publication with NACUBO, please review our book proposal guidelines.

To submit general ideas/content, please complete our general content submission form. Your proposal will be acknowledged and then forwarded to a subject-matter expert for evaluation. You will be informed of a timeline for a decision and ultimately of a decision.

We look forward to reading your proposal!

For questions on submitting content, contact Jeanne Cure, Manager, Program Development.