MBA Frequently Asked Questions
To access your Anderson University email account:
- Visit https://aumail.andersonuniversity.edu/owa
- Username: Enter acnt\ and the Username from your email address (Ex: acnt\jsmith1234)
- Password: Enter the last six digits of your Social Security number plus an exclamation point
It is strongly suggested that you change your password as soon as you access your mailbox from your web browser. If you do change it, please remember it, because Anderson University cannot retrieve your password. If you find that you cannot access your Anderson University E-mail, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 864-231-2457.
This program allows you to view your unofficial transcript, schedule, billing, etc...
1) Username: Same as AU e-mail
2) Password: Same as AU e-mail
Textbooks will be mailed to the address specified on your admissions application for the online program one week before classes begin. Seat students will receive their textbooks in class.
All MBA students are registered by the Administrative Assistant in the College of Business. Students will receive an e-mail and are asked to confirm registration during the fall, spring, and summer sessions.
Dropping a Course
Deciding to discontinue an online course must be within 72 hours after the start date of the course. At this time, a student is not financially responsible.
AU's online learning system. The Registrar's office will e-mail each student via their Anderson University e-mail account with instructions on how to log-into Moodle a week before the course begins for online courses.
For Financial Aid questions, please contact them at email@example.com or (864) 231-2070.
For Anderson University Academic Polices, please refer to the Graduate Studies section of the Academic Catalogue. The link is listed below.
MBA Course Descriptions
Students who wish to withdraw from a course must notify the office of the Dean of the College. If the notification to withdraw occurs before the first class begins in a term, the student will be removed from the class roster. Students who withdraw between the first class and the mid-point in the term may receive a "W" for the course. Students who withdraw after the mid-point of the class will receive a grade of "F" for the course.