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Accounting scholarships

Crowe Horwath Outstanding Accounting Student Scholarship

As one of the large public accounting and consulting firms in the United States, Crowe Horwath and Company LLC is uniquely positioned to provide thought leadership and world-class assistance through a broad range of business competencies. Instilled in each employee is the focus of building values with values. Crowe Horwath and Company LLC has enjoyed a long and rewarding relationship with Calvin and through this scholarship they hope that their contribution and participation will be of mutual benefit to students and their employees. This scholarship is offered through the generosity of Crowe Horwath, LLP. A notice will be sent to all accounting majors when the application is available.

Majors
: Accounting
Class level: entering senior year full-time
GPA: 3.30 or higher
Financial need: unspecified
Other: must also be U.S. citizens or legally authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent and unlimited bases. Have a desire to live and work in the Midwest and have strong leadership skills
Amount: One scholarship of $2,000 was awarded for 2014-2015

Chris Gronsman Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Anamarie Stegink Gronsman and Carl and Sandy Gronsman to honor the life of her husband and their son, Christopher Gronsman, who died of cancer in 2006 at the age of 32.  Chris graduated from Calvin in 1995 with a major in accounting.  He was an outstanding individual whose passion for life and love for his Lord were evident to all. 

Majors
: Business or Accounting
Class level: entering junior or senior year full-time
Financial need: evident but not required by government definition
Other: demonstrate strong Christian principles, integrity, outstanding people skills, community involvement, and concern for quality and ethical work in the financial field
Amount: one scholarship of $1,200 was awarded for 2014-2015

Robert and Harriet Hasper Accounting Scholarship

The Hasper family established this scholarship to express gratitude to God for the excellent Christian education the Hasper family received at Calvin and to express appreciation to Mr. Gordon Buter, who interested Robert in accounting.

Majors
: Accounting working towards a CPA
Class level: entering junior or senior year full-time
GPA: 3.0 or higher
Financial need: evident but not required by government definition
Other: displays a strong Christian commitment and an excellent potential for leadership
Amount: one scholarship of $3,500 was awarded for 2014-2015

Tom and Marcia Nobel Accounting Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Tom and Marcia Nobel in thankfulness to God for the education provided to their family members.

Majors
: Accounting
Class level: entering junior or senior year full-time
GPA: 3.0 or higher
Financial need: evident but not required by government definition Amount: one scholarship of $3,000 was awarded for 2014-2015

Plante & Moran, PLLC Accounting Scholarship

For over ten years in a row, Fortune Magazine has named Plante & Moran as one of the top 100 companies to work for in the United States. It is the people that make Plante & Moran one of the best companies to work for year after year, as well as one of the most highly regarded public accounting and consulting firms in the country. Plante & Moran has enjoyed a long history of working with Calvin College and has reaped the benefits of this relationship through the hiring of more and more Calvin alumni over the years. It is in the spirit of this relationship, as well as the work ethic and values that students learn and develop at Calvin, that Plante & Moran is offering this scholarship.

Majors
: Accounting
Class level: entering junior year full-time
GPA: 3.3 or higher
Financial need: required as defined by government
Other: desire to work in public accounting in the Midwest. Strong leadership skills and participation in extracurricular activities
Amount: one scholarship of $2,500 was awarded for 2014-2015

John and Dorothy Wiest Accounting Scholarship

This scholarship was established by John and Dorothy Wiest to acknowledge their appreciation for Calvin College students who have worked for them in the past.  The Wiests have had an opportunity to hire accounting students during busy tax seasons.  They have not only been pleased with the quality of the work performed, but have also found that Calvin students have been a pleasure to have as part of the office staff.

Majors
: Accounting
Class level: entering junior or senior year
GPA: 3.0 or higher
Financial need: evident but not required by government definition
Amount: one scholarship of $1,800 was awarded for 2014-2015

 

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How to apply

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Upperclass Named Scholarship Application.