Founded by school business officers for school business officers, NBOA understands the challenges you face, and provides you with accessible, affordable, top-quality resources to improve the operations of your school. By joining a vibrant and vocal community of people who know where you’re coming from, you will find effective solutions to the financial and functional problems on your desk today.
If you’re a business officer, the most common way to join NBOA is through your school. While you are our primary contact, anyone at your school may take advantage of the benefits of membership. If you’re an individual business officer who wants to stay connected to the community, we’ve got a special rate for you. And if you represent an association or corporation that is passionate about independent schools, we have a membership category for you, too.
Independent schools located within the United States.
Independent schools located outside the United States.
Nonprofit organizations (excluding schools) that work with U.S. or international independent schools, including associations, foundations, coordinating bodies, and agencies. Association Member organizations must be entitled to tax exemption under Section 501(c)(3).
For-profit companies who serve independent schools and/or are interested in the work of NBOA.
Former business officers who have retired from a school but want to maintain contact with their colleagues and the industry.