NICBOA 2014 annual meeting
March 13 and 14, 2014
Saint Martin’s University is excited to host the annual meeting of
the Northwest Independent College Business Officer’s Association
(NICBOA) on March 13 and 14, 2014.
The 2014 annual working meeting is scheduled to begin at 1:30
p.m. on Thursday in the Worthington Conference
Center, located at 5300 Pacific Avenue in Lacey, Washington. The
Worthington Conference Center is attached to the Marcus
Pavilion, which sits along Pacific Avenue in front of the Saint
Martin’s Campus (driving
directions to Saint Martin’s University). Free parking is
available adjacent to the Conference Center and Pavilion.
The meeting will end at approximately 5:30 p.m. with a tour
of our new engineering building – Cebula Hall. This will be
followed by a reception and dinner on the 2nd floor of Cebula
Hall (campus map; bldg 22).
Friday morning, we will reconvene in the Worthington
Conference Center for a continental breakfast and to resume our
business meeting. Following the business meeting, we will
adjourn and will be offering an optional tour of our campus. We
look forward to welcoming you to Saint Martin’s University.
Please complete our
registration form to let us know who will be attending. Your
meeting questions can be submitted any time by e-mailing them to
Laura Baldovin at
Saint Martin’s University’s address has changed from 5500
Pacific Avenue SE, Lacey, WA to 5000 Abbey Way, Lacey, WA. This
may be important when trying to access a Google map to get you
onto campus. The College Way address will bring you to the back
side of campus. You will want to access campus from the Pacific
Avenue side of campus, since we will be meeting in the
Worthington Conference Center.
About Saint Martin’s University
Saint Martin’s University is one of 14 Benedictine colleges
and universities in the United States and Canada and the one
only one west of the Rocky Mountains. Saint Martin’s was
established in 1895 by the monks of the Roman Catholic Order of
In the Benedictine tradition, Saint Martin’s empowers
students to pursue a lifetime of learning and accomplishment in
all arenas of human endeavor. Saint Martin’s students learn to
make a positive difference in their lives and in the lives of
others through the interaction of faith, reason, and service.
We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees on our main
campus as well as at our extensions at Ft. Lewis Army Base and
McChord Air Force Base.