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UT Arlington > College of Business > Accounting > Scholarships

Mid-Cities Association of CPAs Scholarship

Purpose
The Mid-Cities Association of CPAs Scholarship was established to award a scholarship annually to an outstanding student majoring in accounting at The University of Texas at Arlington. Funding was provided by the Mid-Cities Association of CPAs and its members. This was the department´┐Żs first endowed scholarship.
 
About the Mid-Cities Association of CPAs
The Mid-Cities Association of CPAs was established in 1975 for Arlington area CPAs to promote and maintain high professional and moral standards; to advance accountancy by research and cooperation with similar organizations; to protect the interests of its members and the general public; and when feasible to act in a representative capacity for the profession.  The association has been supportive of UTA through the granting of scholarships and meets monthly to provide fellowship and professional education for its members.
 
Criteria
To be eligible for the Mid-Cities Association of CPAs Scholarship, a student must meet the following criteria:
 
  • Be a declared accounting major currently enrolled in a minimum of nine semester hours at The University of Texas at Arlington;
  • Have completed a minimum of twelve (12) semester hours of accounting courses at The University of Texas at Arlington;
  • Have achieved a minimum GPA of 3.0 overall in courses completed at UTA, and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in accounting courses completed at UTA, and be judged capable of completing a baccalaureate degree in accounting at UTA; and
  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
     
Recipients
The following students have been awarded this scholarship.
2006: Yuan-Wei Hsu, Samina Lokhandwala
2005: Navjot Marocha, Rekha Nangrani
2004: Woo Chang, Melissa Marek
2003: Ting Bai, Mey Ramirez
2002: Jocelyn Larkin, Donna Mayes, Ginny Rominger
2001: Mary Beth Looney
2000: Shiquila Martin
1999: Teresa Gattis
1998: Amy Lejune
1997: Christopher Irwin
 

 

 

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