Accounting Scholarships

The Culverhouse School of Accountancy awards scholarships to eligible students based on factors such as merit or need, depending upon the underlying scholarship agreements.

Undergraduate Accounting Scholarships
The UA undergraduate scholarship application is due March 1, 2020 for all currently enrolled students. In order to be considered for an Accounting scholarship, your major must be listed as Accounting even if you are not in upper division courses. If you have any questions concerning your scholarship application, please email Mrs. Mariel Knight, Click here for additional departmental scholarship information.

**If you have an undergraduate academic scholarship through UA and will have remaining semesters upon graduation, you may request use of those semesters for Graduate School. Talk to your academic advisor if you have any questions.

MAcc and MTA Scholarships & Assistantships
Scholarships and assistantship opportunities are awarded to Masters students based on factors such as merit and/or need.

If you are applying to the MAcc or MTA program from another university, please contact Mrs. Mariel Knight ( in the accounting office to apply for scholarships and assistantship opportunities.

If you are an undergraduate student at UA, please complete the scholarship form as follows to be considered for scholarships and assistantships as an incoming MAcc or MTA student:

  • Log into myBama and go to the Admissions/Scholarships tab
  • In the left-hand column titled “Scholarships”, you will see a section labeled “Undergraduate Students Only”. Click on the link underneath that title labeled “Current Student Scholarship Application”.
  • Once in the application, please select the following information:
    • Anticipated class status: Senior
    • Anticipated college: Culverhouse College of Commerce
    • Anticipated Graduation Term: Select either Spring 2020 or Summer 2020 (depending on your personal estimated graduation date)
    • Fill out Section C of the form (the written section). This is your opportunity to provide details as to your financial situation. The section concerning extraordinary circumstances /special needs can be used to describe personal circumstances that are outside of your control and have, or likely have had, a significant impact on your academic performance. These challenges could be physical, emotional, or financial. Whether you have overcome these situations or are still currently dealing with them, they are still noteworthy to your personal growth while in school.
  • The deadline for this scholarship application is March 1st, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.

You do not have to have your Graduate School Application complete in order to submit the scholarship application. If you have any questions about the process, please contact Mrs. Mariel Knight ( for assistance.