To promote the professional and educational needs of the state; increase the number of highly trained and educated professional accountants available to serve the residents of this state; improve the state's business environment and encourage economic development and financial stability; and identify, recognize and support outstanding scholars who plan to pursue careers in accounting.Eligibility Requirements
The award may be used at participating public and private, non-profit colleges and universities in Texas, including specified community colleges.Award Amount
Individuals may receive a scholarship for up to $5,000.Application Process
Obtain a scholarship application from the Dean or Department of Accounting or College Financial Aid Office. Applications are processed through the financial aid office of your institution, although a representative of the School of Accounting or Dean of the Academic Department for Accounting must approve the selection of recipients.Additional Information
Your eligibility for this program is determined by the financial aid office at your college. Funds may not be immediately available to you at the beginning of the semester. Contact your college financial aid office for additional information on eligibility of availability of funds.
The Public Accountancy Act, Chapter 901, Subchapter N, of the Occupations Code, and the TSBPA Board Rules, Chapter 520.
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This item was last updated 09/01/2011.