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CIC Institute for Chief Academic Officers with Chief Financial Officers and Chief Enrollment Officers

November 5–8 | Dallas, TX | CIC-NACUBO-AACRAO Partner Program


Institutional and student success depend on effective teamwork among chief academic, financial, and enrollment officers. Working together, they align academic programs, business models, and student goals for sustainable and mission-centered excellence.

In partnership with NACUBO and the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), the 2022 Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) Institute for Chief Academic Officers with Chief Financial and Chief Enrollment Officers will provide participants with the opportunity to engage with colleagues on timely and practical questions. This program will provide teams of campus leaders with ample opportunities to work together on specific institutional priorities. It will also offer occasions for them to network with counterparts at similar institutions to exchange examples, share good practices, and assess lessons learned.

Cabinet-level officers who lead the academic affairs, finance and administration, and enrollment management areas at their institutions are eligible to attend regardless of their specific titles. CIC membership is not required for registration; however, only independent college and university administrators may participate.

For additional information and to register for the program, visit

Leadership Organizational Effectiveness Workshop


2022 Planning, Budgeting, and Analytics Forum

September 18–20 | Las Vegas


NACUBO understands the external forces impacting your institution and day-to-day operations. Our seasoned consultants know how to navigate a campus environment and work with key stakeholders to develop achievable implementation plans.

State of Higher Education

NACUBO's State of Higher Education series asks stakeholders to consider some of the higher education sector’s more pressing issues and to take actions to preserve and enhance the value of a postsecondary degree.