2017 BEST PRACTICES AWARD PROGRAM

2017 Best Practices Award Program – Call for Proposals CACUBO’s Best Practices Award Program recognizes colleges and universities who have successfully developed a best practice to respond to a particular business problem. The CACUBO Best Practices Award seeks to promote new approaches to the problems and challenges facing college and university business operations. Through this […]

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Call for Speaker Proposals Now Open

Please consider submitting a proposal and be part of our inspiring annual meeting in Columbus! Proposal submission forms and guidelines can be found here. The deadline is February 10, 2017 Just a reminder – WE NEED YOUR HELP! In order to make the CACUBO 2017 Annual Meeting a success, please consider submitting your proposal for […]

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49th Annual CACUBO Workshop Update

49th Annual CACUBO Workshop for Higher Educational Professionals This year’s CACUBO Workshop will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from March 30-31, 2017. Our Keynote Speakers will be: • Keith Friede, Talent & Organization Development practice with Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., will open the workshop with “Rock Your Presentations – Rock Their World” and a […]

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Webinar: New FASB Standard for Nonprofits’ Presentation of Financial Statements (October 5th)

This 60-minute session hosted by members of Plante Moran’s Standards team will discuss the planned changes to the FASB standards for nonprofits’ presentation of financial statements and discuss things that nonprofit organizations will need to address in order to ensure they are compliant with the new rules. Learning objectivesAt the conclusion of this session, participants […]

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Webinar: Understanding Academic Program Costs and Margins (June 22)

Here is a link to the slides provided by RSM from this webinar: Learning Matters; Understanding academic program costs and margins Higher education institutions struggle to identify and gain agreement on the financial margins or financial contributions of various academic programs and departments. Typically, 70-80 percent of the total costs of an institution are related […]

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