Ernst & Young Fund for Excellence in Accounting Education
To apply for the Ernst & Young Scholarship, students must belong to any of the following groups:
- Pace University Accounting students in their third, fourth or fifth year with a declared major in Accounting, including BBA/MBA students or students enrolled in the 150-hour Accounting program.
- Pace University graduate students with a declared major in Accounting.
- Pace University Law School students in the combined MBA Accounting/JD program.
- Pace University graduate students with a declared major in Taxation who are eligible to sit for the CPA exam upon graduation.
Scholarship awards will be granted annually and may be used for tuition and/or related costs. Awards may be renewed through a newly submitted and reviewed application. Recipients may receive this award for no more than three academic years, during their third, fourth, and/or fifth year of undergraduate study at Pace, as long as they remain eligible according to scholarship criteria. Graduate students and Pace University Law School students may receive this award for no more than three academic years as long as they remain eligible according to scholarship stipulations. ALL students must be enrolled full time during both the fall and spring semesters. Students must be US citizens to be eligible for this scholarship.
The deadline for 2015 Ernst & Young Scholarship applications is TBA.
Students applying for the scholarship must:
- 1. Complete the Ernst & Young Fund for Excellence in Accounting Education application;
- 2. Attach a current resume;
- 3. Attach a current transcript;
- 4. Submit TWO recommendation forms;
- 5. Submit a personal statement (limited to 150 words) stating why you should be granted the Ernst & Young Fund for Excellence in Accounting Education award.
NYC Campus - Dr. Rudy Jacob - 1 Pace Plaza, 4th Floor West, New York, NY 10038
Westchester Campus - Dr. Barbara Farrell - Goldstein Center Room 216, Pleasantville, NY 10570
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The 2014 Ernst & Young Fund Scholarship Recipients
The 2012 Ernst & Young Scholarship recipients with Dean Neil Braun, accounting faculty Patricia Healy and Rudy Jacob, and Ernst & Young employees John Mattioli and Nick Bueti
The 2012 Ernst & Young Fund Scholarship Recipients
The 2012 Ernst & Young Scholarship Award Banquet in the Tudor Room of the Pace University School of Law School campus
Dean Braun addressing the attendees of the 2012 Ernst & Young Scholarship Award Banquet