School of Accounting Scholarships
The School of Accounting Scholarship Committee evaluates applications for the scholarships listed below that are offered through donations to FAU.
Submit individual applications for each scholarship using the College of Business Scholarships website link in the Application section on this page.
Please note that all scholarships may not be available every year. Scholarship sponsors may change the terms and conditions of the scholarships at any time.
Barbara L. and Harrison Newman Scholarship
Criteria: Students with financial need who are in their fifth year of studies in the School of Accounting.
FICPA Broward Chapter Scholarship
Criteria: Live or work in Broward County. In Junior year or above in accounting major. Selection based on academic achievement with consideration for extracurricular activities, including employment or service in the accounting profession.
FICPA Sailfish Chapter Top Scholar Award
Criteria: Live or work in Martin, St. Lucie, or Indian River county. Completed at least 69 credit hours with demonstrated progress toward an undergraduate or graduate accounting degree. Minimum 2.5 Overall GPA. Minimum 3.0 Upper Division Accounting GPA.
Henri de Roche Memorial Scholarship
Criteria: Minimum 3.5 Overall GPA. Senior year or above in accounting major. Preference given to students with the highest Overall GPA, with secondary consideration for involvement in School of Accounting organizations and activities.
Ken P. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship
Criteria: Minimum 3.0 Overall GPA. Junior year or above in accounting major. Full-time student. Must be a member of the Accounting Students Association (ASA). Preference given to ASA Officers.
Paul Zelenkofske Accounting Scholarship
Criteria: In the 3rd, 4th, or 5th year of accounting degree. Preference given to non-traditional older students who are working to support themselves. Must have unmet financial need as determined by the FAU Office of Student Financial Aid.
Silverbush Scholarship in Accounting
Criteria: Minimum 3.0 Overall GPA. Junior year or above in accounting major. Must have unmet financial need as determined by the FAU Office of Student Financial Aid.