The College of Business Records consists of a brief history of Indiana State University’s accreditation for the College of Business for their undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs. Among this collection you will find accreditation handbooks and governing policies, procedures, and standards from the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which is used to determine the preparedness of a program for accreditation. Also, there are numerous documents concerning membership information from the AACSB as well as reaccreditation standards and the process and procedures followed by the university pending a rejection for accreditation. This collection also contains information, correspondence and summaries of project assessments and data collection performed by the Center for Research and Management (CRAM) and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) from the College of Business. You will also find information concerning the policies that each department follows concerning questions/concerns, course credit information, and other correspondence made between faculty members.
This Collection also consists of various correspondences between faculty and staff members within the College of Business concerning topics including but not limited to: Salary recommendations, adjustments, surveys, compensation for travel, budgeting, leave requests, merit pay considerations, workload and progress reports, special recognitions and activities.
Series 1: American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business, Office Files, Survey Records
Series 2: Center For Research and Management, 1984-1989
Series 3: Insurance Office Documents and Correspondence, 1987-1994
Series 4: AACSB Application for Accreditation, 1973-1984
Series 5: AACSB Salary Survey and Studies, 1979-1989
Series 6: Faculty Records, 1977-1988
Series 7: AACSB Accreditation Process and Standards, 1980-1987
Series 8: News Clippings, 2007-2008
Series 9: Photos