College Business Management Institute (CBMI)
- July 25 - 30, 2021
- 26 CPE Credits
- (859) 218-3380
Join us for CBMI 2021 to be held on a virtual platform July 25 – 30, 2021. Co-sponsored by SACUBO and the University of Kentucky, the College Business Management Institute (CBMI) offers an intensive course of study in business and financial management for administrators of colleges and universities. Ranging from entry level to advanced, approximately 50 courses will be taught during CBMI 2021 by distinguished faculty who are practicing administrators and leaders in their fields.
CBMI is designed to provide participants with an overview of current issues and procedures applicable to institutions of higher education large and small, public and private. Individuals participate in one week of instruction each summer for three years to earn a certificate of completion. Over 630 business officers and administrators, representing 209 institutions from 26 states, attended CBMI in 2019.
There is no prerequisite to attend CBMI.
CBMI is designed to give participants the opportunity to:
- Gain a broader perspective of higher education business administration
- Discuss the latest issues and topics in higher education
- Learn how other institutions deal with administrative problems
- Develop professional relationships with colleagues at other institutions
- Prepare for a promotion
To provide this broad perspective, each course you take may not be specifically related to your field.
Who Should Attend?
Administrators and personnel in higher education who have interest or responsibilities in any of the following areas:
- Academic Departments
- Accounting or Finance
- Auxiliary Services
- Budget or Planning
- Institutional Management
- Physical Plant
- Safety and Security
- Student Personnel
Treasury Management Track
CBMI has partnered with the Treasury Institute for Higher Education again this year to provide a treasury management track within CBMI. The treasury management track includes the following courses, total 22 hours of instruction:
- Treasury Management (4 hours)
- Fundamentals of Higher Education Investments (4 hours)
- Stewardship of Gift Funds (2 hours)
- Financial Asset and Liability Management (2 hours)
- Introduction to Capital Finance (2 hours)
- Advanced Capital Financing (4 hours)
- PCI Compliance (4 hours)
Upon completion of these courses, participants will earn a Certificate of Completion from the Treasury Institute for Higher Education. CBMI attendees who have completed the first-year curriculum may select Treasury Track courses as part of their 2nd year and/or 3rd year program. Participants may complete all of the Treasury Track courses during one week of CBMI. Participants also have the option of enrolling in only the Treasury Track and may also select optional CBMI electives during the times when Treasury Track courses are not offered. Participants may earn CPE credits for all courses.
For more information, contact Monica Stoch at (859) 218-3380 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CBMI faculty includes presidents, vice presidents or vice chancellors, and other key faculty and administrators of prominent colleges and universities across the nation. Corporate executives also make up the CBMI faculty. The distinguished instructors are practicing administrators and leaders in their fields. They are actively involved with professional associations such as SACUBO, NACUBO, NASPA, APPA, CUPA, NACUA, NACAS, ACUHO and URMIA. The faculty receives feedback through participant evaluations which enable them to improve their instruction each year.
CBMI is an excellent opportunity to earn continuing professional credits. Earn CPE credits as you attend courses taught by distinguished faculty who are practicing administrators and leaders in their fields, and network with colleagues from colleges and universities of every size and description. Participants can earn up to 26 hours of CPE during CBMI 2021 as they work to earn a certificate of completion.
The Southern Association of College and University Business Officers (SACUBO) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: NASBAregistry.org.