Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants' Educational Foundation Scholarships

  • Must be a UNF degree-seeking majoring in accounting either at the undergraduate-level or 5th –year student (post-baccalaureate or Masters)
  • Must plan to enroll at UNF in the upcoming Fall 2014 semester
  • Must have completed the junior year (90 semester hours) as of the beginning of Fall 2014
  • Primarily intended for full-time students to be registered for twelve (12) or more undergraduate semester hours or 9 or more graduate semester hours during the Fall 2014 semester. Part time students with a minimum of six (6) credit hours each term will be considered for a one-half scholarship.
  • Must plan to sit for the CPA exam and be working towards fulfilling those requirements for certification in Florida
  • Must indicate a desire to practice in the field of accounting
  • Must indicate a desire to work in the State of Florida
  • Must be a U.S. citizen, or hold permanent residency status
  • Must be a Florida resident
  • Must demonstrate commitment to professional, community, and/or charitable activities

The granting of scholarships shall be on a basis of educational achievement, financial need, and demonstrated professional, social, and charitable activities. The Trustees recognize that need can vary dependent upon significant factors including geographical considerations, work-place conditions, current employment, dependents, other obligations of the student, and parental support or lack thereof. 


Submit the following:

1) An original plus 3 copies of the complete application packet that includes:

  1. A completed word-processed application, and
  • An unofficial hardcopy of transcripts from each college attended (including UNF) with all accounting courses highlighted in yellow
  • Up-to-date resume

2) One set of sealed academic transcripts from every college attended (including UNF) (submitted with your application) 


Submit the above items to Coggin College of Business Dean’s Office, 42/2010

UPDATED: Due by 9:00 A.M., March 10, 2014. 


Questions? Contact Professor Diane Tanner at dtanner@unf.edu