Attendees at the Annual Meeting will be able to select from over 40 sessions between the Sunday sessions and the Monday and Tuesday concurrent sessions. Quality speakers and subject matter experts will provide relevant and timely information on hot topics from managing transitions and disruptions - - - to strategic resource allocation - - - to what is happening in Washington - - - to advocacy relationships - - - to ethics - - - to GASB and FASB updates - - - to crisis management - - - to GDPR - - - and the list goes on to include a wide variety of issues business officers are dealing with in our colleges and universities!
In addition, the 2019 Best Practices Award finalists have been invited to present their “best practice” at the Annual Meeting. The Grand Finalist will be announced at the General Session on Tuesday, April 9.
Speakers will receive an email with information on speaker agreements, instructions for uploading presentations, and a link for making hotel reservations. The guidelines addressing reimbursement for travel expenses and the SACUBO expense reimbursement form may be found on the Speaker’s Corner web page.