Become a CTCPA Student member!
The Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants (CTCPA) is the statewide professional membership association for present and future CPAs and accounting professionals.
We’re here to support you with the resources you need to get your education, earn your CPA credential, and build a successful career.
Download a student membership informational flyer.
How can student membership help you?
Get resources and events to land internships and jobs.
We’ll help you make connections and get hired. CTCPA Interview Day can connect you with up to 10 employers in one day, and we offer free programs on engaging LinkedIn, interviewing, crafting your resume, and more.
Find help to pay for school with scholarships and grants.
The CTCPA Accounting Scholarship Foundation awards $5,000 scholarships to community college and four-year college students, minority accounting majors, and students pursuing 150 credit hours to sit for the CPA Exam.
Engage, have fun, and make new connections.
Membership earns you invitations to fun public service and social events with our New and Young Professionals Group – have a great time while making valuable connections and even impressing potential employers!
New! Join our CTCPA Students online community to make connections and get advice.
Get personalized help on the path to becoming a CPA.
We’ll be with you every step of the way with discounts on CPA Exam review courses, help making sure you’ve fulfilled the requirements, and one-on-one guidance to help navigate the certification process.
- CTCPA's Guide to Becoming a CPA in Connecticut will help you through every step of the process toward becoming a Connecticut CPA - from your college credits through where to send your paperwork.
- Save hundreds on CPA Exam review courses.
- Purchase the self-study Ethics Exam.
We offer help for high schoolers, too.
The path to the CPA credential starts before colleges. That's why we offer resources for high school students, too.
- Get a scholarship from the Accounting Scholarship Foundation.
- Learn where you can get your accounting degree in Connecticut.
Explore the career options and opportunities the CPA profession presents via the AICPA's interactive ThisWaytoCPA website.
Keep informed on real-world professional developments.
Our Student CONNection and other member news can help you understand and speak intelligently about industry trends, breaking news, and current challenges facing the accounting profession.
Join online with two-for-one joint membership with the CTCPA and the AICPA.
For one low price (free!), your CTCPA student membership also gets you a free American Institute of CPAs student affiliate membership!
To be a CTCPA Student Member, you must be:
- A full-time or part-time undergraduate or full-time graduate student (minimum of 12 credits per semester) who is currently enrolled at an accredited college or university, accredited community college, or accredited junior college;
- Taking accounting courses;
- A resident of Connecticut or attending college in Connecticut.