Accounting Club Scholarship

Purpose: To provide financial assistance for tuition and other related educational expenses to University of Alaska Anchorage students taking at least nine (9) credits, who have Junior or Senior standing, with a declared major in accounting and to encourage non-traditional students to pursue academic endeavors.


  • Recipient must be in good academic standing with a minimum of an overall 3.0 GPA, including transfer credits.
  • Recipient must have Junior or Senior standing.
  • Recipient must have completed 300-level accounting course or be enrolled in a 300-level accounting course during the semester of award.
  • Recipient should demonstrate an involvement in extra-curricular activities and specific involvement in the UAA Accounting Club.
  • Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need.

Keywords: University of Alaska Anchorage; UAA; College of Business and Public Policy; CBPP; Accounting

Minimum of $500
Campus and Colleges
Accounting, College of Business and Public Policy, UAA
Supplemental Questions
  1. Can you be defined as a nontraditional student? Please answer all that apply to you.