About EACUBO

The Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers (EACUBO) was founded in 1919 by higher education business officers to promote effective and ethical business and financial administration in colleges and universities. Its primary goal is to provide high quality professional development opportunities that are relevant and timely.

Today, EACUBO has a diverse membership of nearly 1,000 institutions and organizations. These include public and private colleges, universities, and other post-secondary institutions, as well as other agencies and for-profit organizations affiliated with or serving with higher education. EACUBO is one of four regional associations (Eastern, Central, Southern, and Western) affiliated with the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO).

EACUBO fosters the professional development of its membership through educational programs, committee activities, and informal exchanges on current issues. EACUBO also provides a forum for discussion of challenges and issues affecting higher education and a structure for collective action in areas of common interest.

What kind of professional development opportunities does EACUBO provide?
High quality and reasonably priced program offerings include an annual meeting, an annual workshop, a senior business officer’s roundtable, and area "drive-in" workshops on relevant topics such as state and federal regulations, tax issues, information technology, accounting, and budgeting.

Who attends EACUBO programs?
Participants include vice presidents, deans, directors, and managers of accounting, administration, business affairs, finance, fiscal affairs, and facilities from two-year, four-year, comprehensive, doctoral, and research institutions, as well as representatives from independent schools and sponsoring organizations.