Supporting Leadership and Management in Higher Education

CACUBO is committed to providing best-in-class professional development opportunities and resources that apply to your role and your institution, no matter the type.

Is Your Institution a Member of CACUBO?

To see a detailed alphabetical list of current institution membership, click here.

CACUBO Membership

The map below shows CACUBO membership by state. Yellow signifies CACUBO’s primary territory. Orange and Green identify States in which Institutions have chosen to have membership in multiple ACUBO’s including CACUBO.

Which Constituent Group Describes Your Institution?

Not sure which “type” your institution is? Use this flyer to determine which Group best meets your Institution’s needs.

The Carnegie Classification™ has been the leading framework for recognizing and describing institutional diversity in U.S. higher education for more than four decades. To read the constituency group definitions, download this document. Or, to lookup the classification of any CACUBO institution, click here. You can search by institution name, IPEDS Unit ID or an alphabetical list.


CACUBO members represent institutions of all sizes and types – small institutions, community colleges, doctoral institutions and research universities. With a unique cross-section of more than 600 member institutions, you can build useful and valuable relationships with organizations, like yours.

Maybe you want to connect with other schools in your state to discuss a new regulation or funding challenge? Or, perhaps you’d like to share best practices with a similar institution located elsewhere in the region? No matter your goal or need, CACUBO’s diverse array of member institutions helps you establish relationships that support you and your institution.

In addition to the diversity of institution types, CACUBO members also range in title and position within their respective college or university, and include (but are not limited to): presidents, vice presidents, controllers, bursars, deans, managers, directors and treasurers. Each of our members brings a unique perspective on higher education management, as well as different skills and experiences that make the CACUBO community stronger.

CACUBO also recognizes the benefits of cultural diversity in the workplace and encourages and promotes diverse and multi-cultural participation.



Benefits of CACUBO Membership

Our members, who serve in a variety of roles in higher education, enjoy benefits, including:


Professional development and leadership opportunities


Relevant, current resources and best practices


Collegial relationships and peer-to-peer sharing and networking


High-quality events and development opportunities


Affordable CPE credits


Access to higher education Business Partners

Represent Your Institution within CACUBO

To ensure our institution members have a voice in shaping the future programming of CACUBO events, we established Constituency Councils in 2014 to represent the interests of our four major constituency groups: comprehensive and doctoral institutions, community colleges, research universities and small institutions.

The chair of each council sits on CACUBO’s Board of Directors. To further your involvement with CACUBO, we invite you to volunteer for one of our many committees, including our Constituency Councils.

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