Fisher Current Students

Fisher Current Students is designed to provide currently enrolled FSOA students with policies, procedures, and events unique to the School. It provides basic information needed to develop a plan of study, but is not designed to replace academic advising. Students seeking admission requirements for our degree programs should visit each program section of the website.

Important Dates

Monday, January 17: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (no classes)

Weekly Announcements

Upcoming Events

Note: Students should not be missing class to attend recruiting events. If you have a class conflict, please visit our calendar for other events hosted by the same employer, or contact the employer directly for more information.

Tuesday, January 18, 6:00-8:00pm: How to Become an Accounting Asset – Are you thinking about becoming an accounting major but just don’t know if you should make the switch? Are you an accounting major that feels like you are missing out? Join the Undergraduate CAP mentors and the Fisher School of Accounting Academic Advisors as they present on how to be an accounting asset. We will be going over how to make sure your coursework aligns for future success, and how to position yourself best for professional success. Register on HireWarrington to attend.

Wednesday, January 19, 10:00-2:00pm: “K”onnect with KPMG – KPMG Audit and Tax professionals will be in Gerson Hall Gleim Atrium ready to meet with you! Stop by to chat with professionals about a day in the life at KPMG, and learn about all of their intern and full-time job opportunities. They will be offering Chick-fil-a sandwiches, fruit, and coffee!

Friday, January 21, 10:00-4:00pm: PwC Virtual Recruiter Hours – PwC is hosting Virtual Recruiter Hours for students who are interested in learning more about PwC – Our Firm, Our Culture, Our People! They hope to connect soon! A virtual link & invite will be sent to confirmed participants that register. Please complete this form before 4 p.m. eastern on January 19 to register.

FSOA Students

Study Abroad: The Entrepreneurship and Empowerment in South Africa program promises a unique opportunity to help disadvantaged entrepreneurs in and around Cape Town, South Africa by working with them for six weeks to help make their business ventures sustainable. This life-changing experience gives students the ability to apply real-word business concepts they have learned at Warrington College of Business to effect real change and make an impact.

The DC Gator Club opens its application process twice per year to award one J. Richard Sewell Internship Scholarship of $1,500 for a UF student with an internship based in the greater Washington, DC area (DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia). This scholarship is made possible by DC Gator Club general funds, and by a generous endowment established by the DC Gator Club in honor of J. Richard Sewell, a former DC Gator Club president. Undergraduate and graduate students completing an internship based in the greater DC area, either in-person or virtually, for the Spring 2022 semester are welcome to apply. The internship does not need to be for credit. The application will open January 15, and close January 31. Information related to the scholarship can also be found at The DC Gator Scholarship webpage. Please direct all questions to

The Agency at UF has two positions open, one for a Financial Analyst and one for a Graphic Designer, that are open to apply to until January 18th at 11:59pm. The Agency is a real-world advertising and public relations firm that offers students the opportunity to gain valuable experience working on client and internal initiatives in an upbeat, hands-on environment. In the financial analyst role, students would gain real world experience managing a large budget, building financial models, and working with leaders to inform strategic investment decisions. To apply, visit The Agency’s Job Posting or email

Graduate Students

Advising for Future Terms: Most MAcc courses are only taught once per year. The course schedule for next year has not yet been published. We expect the schedule to be published in mid-February, on the MAcc Course Availability section of our website. We will email all MAcc students when that happens. Until that time, you are of course welcome to meet with an advisor if you have questions, but please understand we’re not able to help you plan a specific schedule at this time.

Graduate Awards: The Fisher School of Accounting application for graduate student fellowships/awards is available online on our Forms page. Awards range in value from $2,500 to $4,000. Completing this one short application puts the student in consideration for all available endowed scholarships and fellowships. Eligibility and instructions are printed on the application. The deadline for submitting the completed application is February 1, 2022.

Past Announcements