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NACUBO offers relevant and timely programming, publications, and other resources specific to business officers and staff at comprehensive and doctoral institutions. Those are four-year public and independent member institutions with enrollments above 4,000 (Carnegie class: Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral).


Business Officer Articles

Flex-Space Strategy Has Many Benefits
Metrics Boost Retention and Bottom Line
Investing in On-Campus Employee Development
Education Model Calls for Interconnectivity


NACUBO Podcasts: CBO Speaks

Listen to interviews with seasoned chief business officers:

Episode 57: Michael Hager, Senior Vice President for Finance and Operations,University of Northern Iowa
Episode 51: Harold Hewitt, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Chapman University
Episode 43: Tokumbo Shobowale, Chief Operating Officer, The New School
Episode 39: Nicole Trufant, Vice President, Finance and Administration, University of New England

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Tuition Discounting Rates Hit a New Record High

May 15, 2017

The estimated average institutional discount rate for first-time, full-time freshmen reached a new high of 49.1 percent in 2016-17, according to the 2016 NACUBO Tuition Discounting Study. Rising tuition discount rates have led to anemic growth in net tuition revenue.

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  • October 09, 2020

    NACUBO Guide Addresses eZ-Audit and Financial Responsibility

    In response to confusion over the Department of Education’s revised eZ-Audit templates and new financial responsibility requirements, NACUBO has developed a crosswalk and tutorial to help our members navigate compliance.

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  • October 06, 2020

    ED Releases New HEERF FAQ

    Following months of calls for additional Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund spending guidance, the Department of Education has released a sizeable, new FAQ, with numerous important clarifications for business officers and others.

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