Scholarships awarded to high-achieving students who plan to become CPAs


Ten students received 2013–2014 AICPA/Accountemps Student Scholarship awards.

These scholarship awards are given annually to undergraduate and graduate-level accounting majors who aspire to become CPAs, demonstrate academic excellence, and show exceptional leadership. Eligible applicants must have maintained a minimum GPA of 3.0 and completed at least 30 semester hours in college-level coursework, including six semester hours in accounting. 

A task force composed of AICPA Pre-certification Education Executive Committee and Accountemps representatives made the selections from more than 1,214 applicants. 

This year’s recipients, each of whom has received a $2,500 scholarship for the 2013–2014 academic year, are:

  • Nicholas Boardman, Samford University
  • Hortencia Campbell, University of Texas at Austin
  • William Chandler, University of Washington
  • Mallory Coulombe, Southern New Hampshire University
  • Samantha Hairston, Georgia Southern University
  • Catherine Humphrey, University of Alabama
  • Jeffrey Ritter, University of Notre Dame
  • Alexandra Santomo, University of Louisville
  • Michael Shonce, University of Michigan
  • Nathan Sturos, Michigan Technological University

 

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