The purpose of this Association is to advance the highest standards for professional management and supervision, modern methods, further its members’ education, and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information to help them better serve their respective institutions.

ACUBSS is an organization for supervisors and those involved in the Building Services field…

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Thanks to The University of North Texas

for hosting an awesome

ACUBSS annual 41st conference!


We hope you can join us Fall 2023

at Western Illinois University

Located in Macomb Illinois.



It's with a sad heart that we make the announcement that Mel Schriefer, the Founder of ACUBSS passed away in May this year.

Mel enjoyed a 36-year career working for the University of Illinois. He retired as the superintendent of Building Services in 1993. During his career, he oversaw hundreds of employees. One of his proudest career achievements was founding the Association of College and University Building Service Supervisors (ACUBSS), an organization dedicated to advancing the highest standards of professional management, modern methods and educational programs in the institutional custodial care industry. Today, ACUBSS has membership across the nation and includes members from colleges, universities, public schools, hospitals and various other vendors.

To view his full obituary click on the link below.


Acubss -Message from the President

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You already have the knowledge and skills to perform in your area of expertise. That’s probably what got you promoted in the first place. Being an ACUBSS member will help you become the skilled leader for your University/Institution that your position demands. You’re in charge of coordinating people and tasks; your continued success depends directly on your ability to get things done through others.

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Future Fall Conference host sites:

2022 University of North Texas-Denton

2023 Western Illinois University - Macomb

2024 Who would like to host in year 2024?