We want to help. 

College is expensive. That's why the CTCPA Accounting Scholarship Foundation (formerly known as the Educational Trust Fund) is here to help you accomplish your dream of the CPA credential and a rewarding career in the accounting profession. 

Please note: In light of the coronavirus, the scholarship deadline has been extended by one week. All scholarships must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8 to be considered. 

Questions? Contact Special Project Consultant Alicia Strong at alicias@ctcpas.org or 860-258-0217.             

(Note: For some of these scholarships, you must log in using your username and password for ThisWayToCPA. If you're a first-time user, please create an account and then fill out the application.)

           

  Are you currently a high school senior looking to start college as an accounting major in fall 2020?

Amount: $500
Maximum number of recipients: 10

Apply.

   
 

Are you an accounting major with a parent who's a CTCPA member?
 
Amount: $500
Maximum number of recipients: varies

Apply.

   
  Are you a freshman accounting major entering your sophomore year at a four-year college/university in fall 2020?

Amount: $1,500
Maximum number of recipients: 4

Apply.

   
 

Are you a sophomore accounting major entering your junior year at a four-year college/university in fall 2020?

Are you a community college graduate entering your junior year at a four-year college/university in fall 2020?
At least one of the Rising Junior Scholarships are earmarked for a community college student.

Amount: $5,000 initially, renewable for up to $10,000 total
Maximum number of recipients:

Apply.

   
 

Are you a junior accounting major entering your senior year at a four-year college/university in fall 2020?

Amount: $5,000
Maximum number of recipients:

Apply.

   
  Will you be working on the 150-hour educational requirement to become a Connecticut CPA by fall 2020?

Amount: $5,000
Maximum number of recipients:

Apply.