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An institution’s membership dues are calculated based on enrollment and total expenses, as reported to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) for higher education institutions and system offices. Regional association membership is a prerequisite.

 

Colleges and Universities

Higher Education

Non-profit, degree-granting (associate degree or higher) two-year or four-year colleges and universities based in the United States, Mexico, or Canada. Regionally accredited and recognized by the National Committee on Accreditation or any successive body. Qualifies as non-profit under the Internal Revenue Code. Institutions not yet accredited that have attained a pre-accredited status with an appropriate accrediting agency will maintain provisional status until accreditation has been achieved.

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Governing Board

Systems or district offices of institutions, with college and university business officers administratively responsible for two or more institutions with no student enrollments.

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For-Profit Institutions

Accredited firms or institutions in the for-profit sector that provide post-secondary course work or certificate or degree granting education.

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International

Institutions, associations, and organizations established outside of the U.S., excluding the bordering countries of Canada and Mexico, and its territories, engaged in or concerned with higher education.

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Non-Profit Educational Institutions/Organizations

Affiliate

Institutions, associations, or other organizations engaged in or concerned with primary or secondary education (K-12), or any other phase of education other than higher education, which are entitled to exemption under 501(c)(3) or Section 115 of the Internal Revenue Code.

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Associate

Organizations concerned with higher education (including but not limited to museums, libraries, coordinating boards or agencies, foundations, and societies), which are entitled to exemption under Section 501(c)(3) or Section 115 of the Internal Revenue Code.

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Corporations

Industry/Business Partner

Organizations, corporations, or other corporate entities that provide a service for or have an interest in higher education. Learn more about corporate partner opportunities.

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Individual

Retiree

Individuals who have an interest in higher education business and financial management who have retired from a NACUBO member institution and earn no income from an institution/organization eligible for NACUBO membership or as a consultant within higher education.

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Student

Individuals actively pursuing a degree within an accredited academic program.

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Membership Overview

NACUBO membership offers many benefits and opportunities for higher education business professionals. We keep you informed of the latest issues being addressed by NACUBO on Capitol Hill and provide numerous professional development programs to help your institution meet the challenges of campus administration.

Benefits of Membership

The moment your membership is activated, you will be entitled to the most comprehensive range of strategic, educational, operational, networking and advocacy resources available to higher education business professionals.

NACUBO Institutional Dues Schedule Membership Year 2021-2022

Higher Education Institutions membership dues are based on enrollment and expenses as reported on the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) finance form.