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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

 

CFO Perspective

Author Brian G. Gutierrez examines the opportunities and challenges a CFO at a large private institution might face in The Large Private Teaching University. In addition to strategy development, he offers four unique attributes a CFO must recognize and the constraints these attributes may place on revenues and expenditures.

 

Comprehensive and Doctoral Institutions Council

A council of your peers advises NACUBO staff on the development and delivery of services and advocacy efforts. Members are welcome to contact any council member or Maryann Terrana (NACUBO staff liaison) with questions or suggestions.

Contact

Maryann Terrana

Director, Member Engagement

202.861.2562


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