The Idaho Society of CPAs is not currently accepting applications. Scholarships from the
fund benefit college juniors and seniors majoring in accounting at an Idaho
college or university. The deadline for applications for the upcoming year was
April 11, 2014 at 5:00 PM MST. The Scholarship Fund has been established under the umbrella of
the Idaho Community Foundation.
- Idaho resident
- Majoring in Accounting
- Either enrolled as a full-time
1) under-graduate student at the junior or senior level (third or fourth year) at a college or university in the state of Idaho
2) graduate student at a college or university in the state of Idaho
- Must have a minimum of two semesters, or equivalent, of schooling left after June, 2014.
- Must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or above for all class work prior to the application
- All recipients must maintain the stated grade point for each semester the scholarship is in effect
ISCPA will once again accept applications in February, 2015. Check back for additional details (at that time, this link will become active).
For more information about eligibility,
selection criteria, and scholarship application procedures,
Contribute to the ISCPA Scholarship Fund
While enrollment in accounting programs is on the rise, the cost of
college also continues to increase. And many firms are experiencing a shortage
of well-qualified candidates to choose from within the profession when openings
occur. Now, more than ever, is the time to provide encouragement and support to
potential accounting students.
To help combat these factors, the ISCPA continues its tradition of supporting the
CPA profession by building its scholarship fund. This Fund, known as the "Idaho
Society of CPAs Scholarship Fund," benefits qualified students pursuing an
accounting degree at an Idaho school. The Fund was officially launched at the
ISCPA annual meeting May 16, 2003. Scholarships from the Fund are limited to
college juniors and seniors majoring in accounting and are awarded primarily on
the basis of an applicants sincere desire for further education or training and
individual achievement as evidenced through participation in outside interests
and activities, leadership roles and/or work experience. Grade point averages
and economic need are considered, but are not the primary determinants.
The Fund is established under the umbrella of the Idaho Community
Foundation (ICF), an experienced, proven overseer of charitable Funds.
Contributions made to the Fund are tax-deductible.
Although the ISCPA continues to support the fund through memorials
honoraria, the real support must come from our members. We need YOU! By
investing in the ISCPA Scholarship Fund, you will join a partnership committed
to building the talented work force needed to lead the CPA profession in the
Certain levels of giving to the Fund will be eligible for special
recognition, as outlined below:
- Benefactor Level: Donations of any amount are appreciated.
- Legend Level: Individuals who make a donation (one-time or
cumulatively) of $100-$499, and firms who donate (one-time or cumulatively)
$500-$2,499 will be honored as "Legend" donors.
Legacy Level: Individuals who donate (one-time or cumulatively) $500
or more, and firms who donate (one-time or cumulatively) more than $2,500 will
be given the special honor of "Legacy" donors. These donors will be honored in
perpetuity on a Legacy Board that will hang in the ISCPA office.
Won’t you demonstrate your desire to help ensure a promising future
for the profession, and make your contribution today?
Your donation will make a
Idaho Community Foundation
The Idaho Community Foundation (ICF) invites students to check out
its website for scholarship opportunities. ICF manages over 60 different scholarship funds – each customized according to the desires of the fund creator. Each has its own eligibility criteria, application requirements, and review process. Many have their own applications, deadlines, and eligibility requirements. Click on the name of each fund to learn more about the criteria and how to apply. For more information