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  • Membership - Questions from Current Members

    • Does an institution have to pursue accreditation to remain a member of AACSB?

      While membership is a prerequisite for entering the AACSB Accreditation process, members are not required to pursue accreditation. Membership is open to educational institutions, business organizations, foundations, professional associations, and non-profit organizations with strategic interests in shaping management education. Eligible educational institutions are collegiate institutions offering baccalaureate or graduate degree programs in business administration, management, or accounting. Membership does not confer AACSB Accreditation and should not be interpreted as such.

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    • My organization's information is incorrect. How can I change it?

      For specific information on how to update your information, visit: www.aacsb.edu/membership/update-information. For additional questions, contact memberupdates@aacsb.edu.

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    • I forgot my password to myAACSB, how can I reset it?

      On the myAACSB login page, select the "Forgot Your Password" link on the login screen and follow the instructions. Be sure you are using your official organization email address (e.g., .edu, .org., etc.). If this does not resolve your problem, contact: myAACSB.edu.

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    • Does AACSB provide a printed member directory or a mailing list? If so, where can I find it?

      AACSB mailing lists are available for purchase for one-time use only. The lists are primarily composed of deans; however, some institutions select individuals from other positions to be the primary representative. Additional list segments (associate deans, MBA directors, etc.) of the membership are currently not available. Learn more and order at: www.aacsb.edu/membership/listings/mailing-list

      AACSB offers an online member directory for members through The Exchange, available by login at theexchange.aacsb.edu

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