SACUBO invites you to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting to be held on a virtual platform on April 19-20, 2021. Join your peers from higher education institutions around the region for relevant and quality professional education and networking opportunities. This year, SACUBO welcomes attendees from the Association of College and University Policy Administrators (ACUPA).
SACUBO is excited to offer Annual Meeting attendees a new feature! The Convene platform has been updated to include enhanced networking opportunities.
Participants can create ad hoc virtual networking discussion rooms – including titles – to encourage other participants to join the conversation. Do you have questions about enrollment management? Create an “Enrollment Management Questions” room where you can converse with up to 16 other attendees.
Speakers, business partners, and attendees are encouraged to take advantage of this enhancement to start conversations and network with other participants.
Confidential career coaching sessions with Diane Fennig, Senior Consultant with The Human Capital Group, will be available to individuals from colleges and universities who have registered for the conference. These 35- to 45-minute video conferencing sessions will be offered the weekend before (April 16 – 18) and after (April 24 – 25) the Annual Meeting. You will help set the agenda! Diane will request a copy of your resume and will be prepared to tell you what she reads in your career story to-date.
Prior to the Annual Meeting, registered attendees will receive an email with additional information and a link that can be used to sign up online for a one-on-one career coaching session. You must register in advance for a time slot. These sessions will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis and will fill up fast.
SACUBO will provide ten scholarships of $299 each for individuals to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting to be held on a virtual platform. The purpose of the scholarships is to promote professional development for individuals whose institution cannot afford for an employee to attend this conference. The applicant’s college or university must be a member of SACUBO for the application to be considered.
The application period closed on March 5. Applicants will be notified of their status no later than April 1.
The Annual Meeting provides an opportunity to earn CPE credits at an affordable cost. Attendees at the Annual Meeting will be able to earn up to 12 CPE credits.CPE Information
Finalists from the 2021 Best Practices competition will be invited to showcase their “Best Practice” at the Annual Meeting. Share your best practices and learn from your colleagues.2020 Finalists
Quality speakers and subject matter experts will provide relevant and timely information and the tools to help you address challenges and issues of importance specific to higher education financial and administrative services.
The Annual Meeting provides opportunities for you to network with your colleagues from the region. Take time at the Annual Meeting to connect, share, and learn. Build new relationships, and strengthen existing relationships.