Applicants to the MACC and MTAX programs are automatically considered for School of Accountancy Graduate Scholarships at the time they apply. No additional scholarship application is required when a student applies to the MACC or MTAX program by March 1st. School of Accountancy Graduate Scholarships typically range from $2,000 to $6,000 per year and are offered primarily to students who demonstrate a superior record of academic accomplishment in their application materials. The School of Accountancy also awards numerous donor scholarships, these scholarships have a variety of criteria students must meet, and all students that meet that criteria will be considered.
- Dr. William Huizingh and Mr. John Mumford Scholarship
The school's most prestigious scholarship is the Huizingh - Mumford Scholarship. John Mumford, alumnus of the School of Accountancy, has given this endowment to recognize and honor the outstanding teaching of Dr. William Huizingh, Professor Emeritus of Accountancy, and to attract outstanding students to the ASU accountancy degree programs. This is a one to five year academic scholarship, renewable on an annual basis (see “Terms and Conditions” for criteria). Recipients are awarded $3,000 per academic year during undergraduate study and $5,000 during graduate work. The ASU Student Financial Assistance Office disburses funds at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
- RSM McGladrey-FEI Academic Scholarship
The Arizona Chapter of Financial Executives International is now accepting applications for its annual academic award program, the 2012 RSM McGladrey-FEI Academic Excellence Award. Our academic award program, which the Arizona Chapter has sponsored for over seventeen years, supports Arizona university students specializing in accounting and/or finance in order to continue a legacy of strong financial leaders for Arizona companies and organizations. The Committee will select one candidate per university for an award that will be presented at the Chapter dinner meeting on April 10th at the Phoenix Country Club, 7th Street at Thomas Road near downtown Phoenix. The Academic Award will be $2,000 per Award Winner. Application deadline: March 5th.
- AICPA Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students
This scholarship awards up to $12,000 for nearly 20 full-time accounting doctoral students. The deadline for this scholarship is April 1, 2012.