Associate Deans Conference

October 27–29, 2021 | Virtual and In-person (St. Petersburg, Florida, USA)

Fees & Registration

Register online and join us virtually! Registration for the in-person event is now closed. 

REGISTER FOR VIRTUAL 💻


Register via Fax or Mail for an AACSB Event

Event Codes: CN-ADC21


A credit card is required to complete your online registration.
Registration Fees              Received by October 26, 2021:
Received after October 26, 2021:
Member (virtual and in-person)  895 USD
 1,095 USD
Non-member (virtual and in-person)  1,095 USD
 1,295 USD

For step-by-step instructions on online registrations, please click here.


Registration Policies

AACSB’s Health & Safety Commitment and Guidelines

AACSB’s top priority is the health and safety of our event attendees and staff. We are working with our partners and vendors to develop protocols that will continue to evolve to reflect the current state of the pandemic response and ensure the safety for everyone in attendance. We will continue to monitor and follow mandates required by federal, state, and local jurisdictions, as well as the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and World Health Organization.

AACSB is committed to bring you highly engaging learning and networking experiencesin a variety of modalitiesIf you are vaccinated and comfortable gathering with your peers, please join us in-person. If you are not vaccinated and/or uncomfortable gathering with your peers, please join us virtually. We are committed to your health and safety and delivering highly relevant content to you in a way that is convenient and valuable.

PLAN AHEAD

  • Get Vaccinated: If you are making plans to attend the event in-person, we strongly encourage you to get your vaccine as soon as it is available to you. We recommend that you are fully vaccinated (14 days after your vaccine shot) prior to traveling to the event.  If you will not be fully vaccinated by the start of an in-person AACSB event, please join us virtually.

  • Know Your Local Travel Protocols: If you are attending the in-person event, please make sure you fully understand your local government travel restrictions and return protocols.

 

ONSITE SAFETY PROTOCOLS as of July 22, 2021

  • Masks Are Required: Disposable masks will be provided to attendees who may forget or misplace their own. We recommend that attendees read the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for best practices regarding usage of masks.

  • Daily Symptom Screenings and Temperature Checks: Temperature checks will occur each day before entering the event. Anyone with an elevated temperature of 100.4o F/ 38o C or higher will be offered the opportunity to re-check their temperature or can return to their room and attend the conference virtually.

  • Hand Sanitizing Stations Provided: We recommend that attendees utilize hand sanitizing as often as possible throughout the event. We also encourage you to wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

  • Physical Distancing: Will be practiced when available and based on federal, state, and local jurisdiction guidelines. We ask that attendees do not move chairs between tables. Session and total attendance will be capped based on physically distanced floorplans and capacities.

  • Enhanced Cleaning and Sanitization: Meeting rooms will be thoroughly cleaned between each session according to the hotel's comprehensive cleanliness standards. More information can be found on Hilton’s Clean Stay Guest Experience.