The Culverhouse School of Accountancy awards scholarships to eligible students based on multiple factors, including merit, need, and the underlying scholarship agreements.
Undergraduate Accounting Scholarships
For all currently enrolled students, the UA undergraduate scholarship application deadline is March 1, 2022. In order to be considered for a School of Accountancy scholarship, you must have formally declared as an Accounting major, even if you are not in upper-division courses. If you have any questions concerning your scholarship application, please email Sydney Simmons at email@example.com. Click here for additional departmental scholarship information.
*If you have one of UA’s undergraduate merit scholarships (e.g., Presidential, UA Scholar) and will have remaining semesters upon completing your undergraduate degree, you may request the 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 Master’s students based on multiple factors, including merit, need, and the underlying scholarship agreements. All students must apply for scholarships and are automatically considered for assistantships when admitted to the program.
You do not have to have your Graduate School Application completed in order to submit the scholarship application. For more information, please visit our scholarship page for our Masters programs.