The National Association of College and University Business Officers - NACUBO

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DEFINITION of 'The National Association of College and University Business Officers - NACUBO'

An organization dedicated to furthering the interests of professionals in the higher education community. The National Association of College and University Business Officers provides a wealth of benefits and opportunities to its members. NACUBO also has an advocacy group on Capitol Hill, which seeks legislation that is advantageous to professional educators and administrators.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'The National Association of College and University Business Officers - NACUBO'

NACUBO is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and can assist educational institutions with many aspect of campus administration. It also offers various professional development programs, networking opportunities and news bulletins. Members can also access a wide range of online educational and research products.

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