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Scholarships

Thanks to the generous support of local accounting firms, the IU South Bend Accounting Association is able to offer several scholarship awards to IU South Bend students who are Accounting Association Members.

Kruggel, Lawton and Company is supporting two scholarships in the amount of $250 each.

Students should submit several paragraphs (no more than one page) outlining why they are interested in the accounting profession and what their plans are after they graduate from college.

Essays should be submitted to Professor P.N. Saksena no later than March 22, 2013. Professor Saksena's office is located in the Administration building, room 204B; alternatively, applications may be delivered to his mailbox located in the School of Business & Economics. In case of questions, you may reach Professor Saksena at 574-520-4456 or you can e-mail him at psaksena@iusb.edu

Recipients of the scholarships will receive the scholarship in the form of a tuition award.

Students who are interested are encouraged to apply for one or more scholarships. To be eligible for the scholarships, you must be a student at IU South Bend, be a member of the IU South Bend Accounting Association and be enrolled at IU South Bend for the fall 2009 Semester.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & ECONOMICS SCHOLARSHIPS (For an updated list please see https://www.iusb.edu/buse/scholarships)

Information on the scholarships below is accurate as of 05/27/2011. For more information, contact the School of Business & Economics Department directly.

Bank One Scholarship
This $500 award requires full-time enrollment and a family income below 80 percent of the median income in the St. Joseph or Elkhart Counties metropolitan statistical area. Preference is given to a student majoring in business or economics. The application deadline is February 20.

Beta Gamma Sigma Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a student member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international scholastic honor society for business students. The recipient of this scholarship must enroll in the following fall semester to receive the scholarship in the form of a $1,000 tuition award. The application deadline is February 20.

Donald Cline Scholarship
This scholarship honors Emeritus Professor Donald Cline. Each recipient shall be an outstanding undergraduate student with at least a 3.00 GPA. Applicants must be enrolled in the School of Business and Economics and major in Accounting. The recipient of this scholarship must enroll in the following fall semester to receive the scholarship in the form of a $1,000 tuition award. The application deadline is February 20.

Crowe Chizek and Company Accounting Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding undergraduate accounting major. The recipient of this scholarship must enroll in the following fall semester to receive the scholarship in the form of a $1,000 tuition award.

CTS Foundation Scholarship (Graduate Accounting)
This $2,500 scholarship is awarded to an outstanding graduate accounting major. The recipient of the graduate scholarship must be a student who does not receive funding from their employer. The application deadline is February 20.

Gerald E. Harriman Scholarship in Business and Economics
This scholarship honors our former vice chancellor and divisional faculty member. To qualify, students must have junior standing at the time of application, major in business or economics, have a GPA of at least 3.0, and enroll the following fall semester to receive a tuition award of $750. The application deadline is February 20.

James D. and Shirley A. Kowalski Entrepreneurship Scholarship
These are tuition remission scholarships that return up to $300 per course for successful completion of any or all of the following courses: W311 New Venture Creation; W406 Venture Growth Management; W408 Small Business Practicum.

McGladrey & Pullen Accounting Scholarship
This $250 scholarship is given to an outstanding undergraduate accounting major. The recipient of this scholarship must enroll in the following fall semester to receive the award.

James Pattillo Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship honors the memory of Professor James Pattillo, who taught auditing, financial accounting and accounting systems at IUSB. The scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student in the Masters of Accounting or undergraduate accounting programs. The recipient of this scholarship must enroll in the following fall semester to receive the scholarship in the form of a $1,000 tuition award. The application deadline is February 20.

Robert N. Robinson Scholarship
This scholarship honors the memory of Professor Robert N. Robinson, who taught accounting and taxation at IUSB. Two scholarships are awarded annually to outstanding students in the accounting program. The scholarship carries a stipend in the form of a tuition credit of $1,250. Candidates must have an overall GPA of at least 3.0, at least junior standing at the time of application, completed at least 15 hours of accounting classes at IUSB (including Introductory Accounting), and be enrolled in the fall semester to receive the tuition award. The application deadline is February 20.

John R. Swanda Jr. Ethics Award
This $750 award is given to an outstanding business student who best exemplifies the highest standards of business ethics and professional behavior.

Underrepresented Student Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to meritorious African American, Hispanic or Native American students majoring in Business or Economics. These scholarships are intended to facilitate the School of Business and Economics' efforts to provide educational opportunities to the entire community. Three scholarships are awarded annually. The recipient of this scholarship must enroll in the following fall semester to receive the scholarship in the form of a $500 tuition award. The application deadline is February 20.