AAA-CPA Foundation Essay Contest
Student does not need a bachelor’s degree, but s/he must be currently enrolled in a
college or university for a bachelor’s degree with a major or concentration in Accounting.
Declared Accounting, Finance or Information Systems major.
Overall and major GPA of at least 3.0.
Completed 30 semester hours, six of which must be in Accounting.
Full-time undergraduate at an accredited college or university in the US.
An AICPA student affiliate member.
American Society of Women Accountants
Completed at least 60 semester hours or approximately 88 quarter hours of college
work before applying.
Maintained a cumulative "B" average.
Indicated an intention to pursue an Accounting career.
Illinois CPA Society/Foundation Scholarship Applications
Reside in Illinois.
Enrolled full-time at an Illinois two- or four-year college/university.
Completed a minimum of 6 semester or 9 quarter hours of college accounting.
Independent Accountants Association of Illinois
"B" average or better in Accounting subjects.
Enrolled in an Illinois college or university.
Indicated a desire to enter the Accounting profession as an independent practitioner.
Institute of Management Accountants National Scholarship Program
Carry at least 6 credits per term.
Must not have won an IMA monetary National Scholarship before.
IMA Student Member.
National Society of Public Accountants
Undergraduate students majoring in accounting.
“B” or better grade point average.
U.S. or Canadian citizens attending a U.S. accredited school.
*If you have any questions regarding these scholarships, please feel free to contact Robert Kearney, Chair of the Department of Business Administration, at firstname.lastname@example.org.