Thanks to the generous support of numerous donors, the Fisher School of Accounting administers several awards for students pursuing a Master of Accounting degree. The amounts, number, and source of awards vary from year to year. Academic performance, particularly in upper-division accounting coursework, is emphasized in selecting recipients. Generally, 20 to 40 one-time cash awards are made in amounts ranging from $2,500 to $4,000.
Thanks to the generous contributions of some accounting firms, the Fisher School of Accounting has scholarship programs designed to reward undergraduate students who have distinguished themselves after completion of all required 3000 level accounting courses (ACG 3101 and ACG 3401). These are one-time awards that typically range from $2,000-3,500.
Each year, applications will be posted on this page beginning in October or November. The deadline to apply is typically the first week of the Spring semester. Specific applications procedures, deadlines, and eligibility criteria will be included on the applications.