AACSB’s document management system, myAccreditation, has been launched and is now available.
Individuals with the following official roles designated in our main database have access and are viewable under the Contacts tab in myAccreditation:
The official representative has the authority to allow additional individuals access to the system by emailing us at email@example.com.
While all roles have access to edit and upload accreditation documents, only the person with the role of official representative has the permissions needed to submit accreditation material. Submitting final accreditation documentation in myAccreditation takes the place of emailing to committees, mentors, and team members.
In-Process Schools - School advised following each IAC Meeting
Individuals with the following official roles designated in our main database: official representative, primary contact, accounting accreditation representative, administrative assistant, and accreditation representative. The official representative has the authority to allow additional individuals access to the system by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why can’t I submit a report/application?
Are all required documents uploaded? If so, only the official representative is authorized to submit on behalf of a school; only the team chair is authorized to submit on behalf of the team.
If you have any questions, please contact the system administrator at email@example.com.
I have submitted my report/application and need to edit.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact your staff liaison to request to have your application/report unsubmitted.
Who can see my organization’s information within myAccreditation?
The individuals with access from your institution. Your assigned volunteers (mentor, peer review team members, review committee members) can see the information in the tabs and documentation that has been submitted.
Are there page length limitations?
Page length limitations are listed within the document template. Appendices and tables do not count toward the page limit count.
Are there file size limitations for uploaded documents?