Accounting Pre-Recruiting Event
Hundreds of Seidman School of Accounting students participated in a Accounting Pre-Recruiting Event sponsored by Beta Alpha Psi. Students had a chance to talk to local, midsize, and national accounting firms and corporations, for tax and audit internships and full-time positions. Over 489 interviews have resulted from the event!
Graduate Business Scholarships
This scholarship was created by the Seidman College of Business and Accounting Department alumni in honor of Professor Emeritus and former Accounting Department Chair, Don Klein. Candidates must be accepted in the Master of Science in Accounting program to be eligible to receive this scholarship of full in-state tuition cost of 33 credits. Applicants must have completed an undergraduate business degree with a minimum GPA of 3.75; have a minimum of 600 GMAT score; demonstrated leadership, service, and involvement in extra-curricular activities; and strong interpersonal and communication skills. Students must enroll full time and complete the program within two academic years. Applications can be found on-line (.doc) and must be submitted by March 1 annually.
An endowed fund by A. Scott and Ruth P. Koeze provides this scholarship. First priority is given to graduate business students who demonstrate financial need and secondly for those with undergraduate degrees in arts and humanities. Candidates must have completed background requirements for the MBA, be enrolled part time or full time, and maintaining at least 3.0 GPA. Awards are not more than one-third of tuition for the enrolled semester academic load of the recipient. The scholarship will be renewed annually without reapplication for the duration of the student's program subject to the recipient continuing to meet qualifications. Applications may be found on-line (PDF).
This scholarship, initiated by alumna Kathleen Vogelsang (BBA and MBA), provides aid to non-traditional students studying in the Seidman College of Business. Candidates/recipients must maintain a 3.0 average and have prior employment experience. Applications may be found on-line (PDF) and must be submitted by February 1 annually.
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide support to undergraduate and graduate students of business who enhance their university studies by studying in a foreign country. Awards are based on program costs and financial need. Applications can be found on-line and must be submitted for Spring/Summer, Fall & Academic Year study abroad by April 1. For Winter study abroad applicants, the application must be submitted by November 1.
This scholarship provides assistance to financially needy undergraduate or graduate business degree-seeking students. As long as initial recipients continue to meet the criteria below this scholarship will renew without reapplication for an additional five (5) semesters. Applications can be found on-line (PDF) and must be submitted by February 1, annually.
The Richard E. Veazey Graduate Academic Scholarship in Accounting
This scholarship recognizes an outstanding student who wants to pursue a Masters of Science in Accounting graduate degree at the Seidman College of Business and enter the accounting profession. The scholarship provides for the full in-state tuition cost of 33 credits. The application and additional information can be found on-line (.doc).
- Business scholarships, grants and fellowships
- Graduate and professional study awards
- International study awards
- Miscellaneous opportunities
Page last modified October 22, 2013