Below, you will find some noteworthy highlights for the School of Accountancy from 2021-2022! We are proud of the accomplishments, research, and efforts of our students, faculty, and staff! Go, Owls!
Aprio is hosting their second annual Accounting Case Competition for underrepresented minorities on Friday, November 5th. If you meet the qualifications to participate, Aprio wants you and your team to apply today. A total of $25,000 in scholarship money will be awarded between the top three teams.
Please CLICK HERE to apply for Aprio’s 2021 Accounting Case Competition by October 20th. If you are interested in applying for Aprio’s Accounting Case Competition, grab some accounting friends that meet the qualifications below and start your application today!
- All team members must be from an underrepresented minority
- All team members must active students majoring in accounting
- Teams should be made up of 3 – 4 team members
Teams can be made up of students from different schools. Only one team member needs to complete the application. We are looking forward to receiving your team's application. Please contact Aprio’s campus recruiting manager, Rachel Booth, if you have any questions.
The AICPA wants to show you the way to the CPA! Over the next few weeks, the association will be hosting a variety of student webinars to explore how the profession is evolving, available accounting career paths and much more!
If you are interested in these webinars, please head to their website for more information!
Are you interested in learning more about public accounting from a reputable firm? Well, Mauldin & Jenkins has you covered! From May 9-20, 2022, they will be hosting their ENVISION Leadership Program!
Students will have the opportunity to build valuable leadership and business skills, experiencee in-depth learning sessions focused on a variety of key professional areas - networking, mentorship, IT trends, etc. - that affect the accounting world!
If you are interested, visit their website!