Who Should Attend?

Regardless of where you are in your career or your position in higher education business management, the SACUBO Annual Meeting will provide opportunities and sessions for you!

New to Higher Education and Early Career Professionals

New to Higher Ed Welcome Breakfast – Hosted by NACUBO, this session at 7:30 am on Monday, April 8 introduces the complexities of fiscal management within a college or university and provides an opportunity to connect with colleagues.

(Seating is limited.)

Mid-Career Professionals

Next Generation Chief Business Officers (NGCBO) Program

  • Are you considering your next career steps?
  • Are you looking at the Chief Business Officer role?

This day-long program on Sunday, April 7 provides interactive sessions to explore the position and a possible job search. (Preregistration and additional fee required.)

Chief Business Officers/Presidents/Trustees & Board Members

Collaborative Approaches to Transition - An Afternoon for Presidents, Governing Boards, and CBOs – The ability to work with institutional Presidents and Boards is a key job skill for Chief Business Officers.

SACUBO created an afternoon program for Monday, April 8 to encourage conversation on familiar challenges. This year’s topic is transitions, both planned and unexpected.

For All Attendees

 

Career Coaching Sessions

Whether you are creating a career plan or considering a transition, speaking with a career coach can support your efforts. Individual confidential career coaching sessions are provided (at no cost to attendees) by Diane Fennig, Senior Consultant with the Human Capital Group, during the Annual Meeting. (Preregistration required. Instructions will be sent to all registrants.)

Concurrent Sessions

Over 40 concurrent sessions will be offered. Review the program and select the sessions that will help you in the performance of your duties and responsibilities. Walk away with resources to help you address the many challenges faced by higher education.

Best Practices Sessions

Submitted by your peers and selected by the Best Practices Committee, these sessions offer insight into practical applications of new ideas. Attend these sessions to learn about innovation and applications that may be applied at your institution.

Networking Events

SACUBO conferences provide attendees with opportunities to meet and interact with their colleagues from across the southeast as well as attendees from other regions of the United States. This year, the networking events will range from dinner and fireworks at Disney’s Epcot Theme Park on Sunday, April 7 to meals and breaks in the Exhibit Hall.