Deloitte Foundation Accounting Scholars Program
Receive Full Tuition Scholarship as a Student Chosen to Participate in This New Program!
Together, Fordham University and the Deloitte Foundation are dedicated to supporting students with a record of commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion by providing a limited number of full scholarships for our MS in Accounting and MS in Taxation. Apply to either of these programs today in order to be considered for this opportunity!
To be considered for the Deloitte Foundation Accounting Scholars Program, students must:
- Currently be enrolled in a Historically Black College University (HBCU), Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), or another accredited College, or University in the United States.
- Be pursuing an undergraduate baccalaureate degree in accounting/taxation from an accredited program, with all degree requirements to be completed by graduation. In addition, applicants pursuing finance/other business undergraduate degrees (including Applied Accounting and Finance & Accounting Information Systems at Gabelli School) would also be eligible if they can complete their master’s degree in accounting/tax within a twelve (12) month timeframe.
- Have a strong academic track record; minimum of 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale).
- Be a US citizen or permanent resident.
- Meet the standards for admission into a Deloitte Foundation selected AACSB accredited college/university master’s program in accounting/taxation.
- Have an interest in pursuing a career in public accounting/taxation and obtaining their CPA, but not presently a CPA.
Selected participants must matriculate to the Gabelli School’s full-time MS in Accounting or MS in Taxation for the duration of the next academic school year (September through May) and complete such program no later than August of that academic year.
For consideration, candidates must submit a complete application to the Gabelli School MS in Accounting or the MS in Taxation in accordance with the Gabelli Graduate Admission Office requirements and no later than March 31st.