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July 9, 2023

Apogee to Showcase Comprehensive Portfolio of Managed Technology Services at NACUBO Annual Meeting July 15 through July 18 in Orlando, Fla.

Two Apogee University Customers to Discuss Breaking the Pandemic-Enrollment Cliff Doom Loop


Apogee, the leading managed technology services provider solely focused on higher education, is exhibiting at the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) Annual Meeting to showcase its comprehensive portfolio and new services. Apogee experts will be available in Booth #314 to provide insights and share higher ed technology expertise. Apogee supports a community of more than one million students and administrators at nearly 400 colleges and universities nationwide.

Apogee customers Philip Laube, assistant to the president for special projects and investments at Muskingum University, and Edward Patrick, vice president of finance and administration at Washington College, will discuss how their institutions partnered with Apogee to develop creative solutions to break the enrollment cliff cycle.


The NACUBO Annual Meeting is a premier gathering of college and university business officers, offering an opportunity to exchange knowledge, share best practices, and explore solutions to the challenges faced by higher education institutions. Approximately 2,000 campus and higher ed industry leaders are expected to attend.

Apogee will showcase its newly launched College Data Adapter and Cloud and Security Professional Services in addition to Managed Campus Networks, IT, and Residential Networks. All Apogee solutions are delivered in a predictable OPEX-based funding model. By working with Apogee, campus IT leaders free themselves and their teams from day-to-day operational headaches so that they can innovate and focus on strategic initiatives.

Apogee customers from two universities will co-present an educational session entitled “Break Pandemic-Enrollment Cliff Doom Loop.” In this session moderated by Matt Loecke, Apogee executive vice president of sales, the panelists will discuss how they found themselves at a crossroads searching for and ultimately developing creative solutions to break the enrollment cliff cycle. Attendees will hear two unique perspectives and have an opportunity to interact directly with the panelists. Attendees will learn how Apogee helped Muskingum University and Washington College:

“Apogee is honored to work closely with hundreds of college and university business officers around the nation,” said Loecke. “We are especially grateful to Phil Laube and Ed Patrick for generously sharing their experiences and insights during our educational session. Their contributions are invaluable in helping us collectively navigate the enrollment cliff cycle and drive positive change and innovation in higher education.”


Orlando World Center Marriott in Orlando, Fla.
Apogee Booth #314


NACUBO Annual Meeting
July 15 through July 18, 2023

Educational Session: Break the Pandemic-Enrollment Cliff Doom Loop
Thursday, July 16, 2023
10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET


Apogee serves as an extension of campus IT teams and delivers a superior experience for administrators, faculty, staff, and students by providing a level of institutional knowledge and capabilities that are second to none. Apogee Managed Campus and Professional Services help campus leaders unlock time, address staffing shortages, and align budgets to strategic initiatives by offloading network and IT operations to a partner with operational scale and technical expertise. Apogee services can be customized to suit specific campus needs and are delivered in a predictable funding model with comprehensive support. Detailed information about Apogee managed technology services can be found at


To meet with Apogee experts at the conference, stop by Booth #314. Register for the event here.