Greetings! The pandemic which struck our world and country has shaken our communities and institutions, impacted our lives, and changed the way we conduct business – even if only temporarily. In spite of the pandemic, SACUBO has enjoyed an amazing year, achieved remarkable accomplishments, demonstrated resiliency, and laid the strong foundation for a bright future.Continue Reading
June 16 - 24, 2020
July 26 - 31, 2020
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
The Distinguished Service Award is given annually to recognize an individual in the SACUBO region for his or her distinguished service to higher education in the field of business and financial management. Al Little, Florida State College at Jacksonville, is the recipient of SACUBO’s 2020 Distinguished Service Award. Congratulations Al!Read More
Congratulations to each of the Best Practices Award finalists! The 2020 Grand Finalist is the University of Texas at San Antonio for their submission Can Higher Education Work from Home? UTSA’s Path to Large-Scale Business Office Telecommuting. Other finalists for 2020 are Emory University, the University of Georgia, and the University of Texas Medical Branch.Read More
The Annual Business Meeting was held on Monday, May 11 at 10:00 am Eastern / 9:00 am Central.
Members voted to approve the minutes from the 2019 Annual Business Meeting, proposed changes to the Bylaws, the budget for 2020-2021, and the slate of officers for 2020-2021.
The SACUBO benchmarking program is now the ACUBO benchmarking program. All four regions (SACUBO, CACUBO, WACUBO, and EACUBO) – known as the “ACUBOs” – participated in the FY 2018 benchmarking program. This program is a customized on-demand peer benchmarking service. It provides for data collection, analysis, and reporting – all in one place. Users can create customized peer groups and filter reports to meet their needs. Best of all, it is FREE for SACUBO institutions.Learn More
2nd Vice President, Professional Development Committee