The Accounting Department Scholarship Committee grants four awards for academic achievement each year. Three senior students and one junior student are honored for their academic achievement, leadership and service.
Students can apply for SCU accounting scholarships sponsored by the accounting department, national accounting scholarships sponsored by business organizations, and SCU university scholarships.
Accounting Department scholarships are open to all first-year, sophomore and junior declared Accounting and A&IS majors who meet certain GPA requirements. To be considered for these scholarships, eligible students must apply by the due date specified in the application.
Accounting awards and scholarships sponsored by the Accounting Department
The Accounting Scholarship Program sponsored by the Accounting Department grants awards and scholarships to the accounting students in recognition of their academic and service achievements. In May 2020, the Accounting Department awarded over $78,000 to SCU students. These awards and scholarships were funded by the following organizations:
Charles F. Louie Foundation
|Frank, Rimerman & Co.||
James F. Sepe Accounting Scholarship Endowment
|Lautze & Lautze||
O. Robert Anderson Endowment
|Paul Locatelli Accounting Scholarship Endowment||
|Thomas B. Maier Endowment|
Accounting scholarships sponsored by external organizations
In addition to scholarships granted directly through the accounting department, SCU accounting students can apply for scholarships funded by various organizations. Here are links to information about these organizations and these scholarships:
- AICPA Scholarships
- Association of Latino Professionals in Accounting and Finance (ALPFA)
- Financial Women Association of San Francisco
- Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation (for students from Hawaii)
- Moss Adams Ignite Scholarships
- Silicon Valley Chapter of the Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance (AFWA)
- The Surety Foundation
Scholarships sponsored by Santa Clara University
Santa Clara offers a variety of need-based and merit-based awards for undergraduate students. Need-based scholarships are based on financial needs and can vary up to full tuition. Merit awards are based on academic performance and are often annually renewable for four years if the student continues to meet the requirements of the scholarship.