Master of Accountancy students receive financial aid in the form of tuition scholarships, teaching assistantships, research assistantships, and graders. Tuition scholarships are awarded primarily on the basis of merit. In order to be considered, a candidate must have applied for admission to the M.Ac. Program and must have completed the Scholarship Application Form.
On-campus interviews for teaching assistantships are conducted in the spring for the following academic year.
Students whose first language is not English will be required to show proof of a TSE score of 55 or higher before receiving financial aid. A TSE score is not required to process the Application for Graduate Admission. These students also must pass the university-administered LECT test before the end of the first semester in residence in order to continue receiving financial aid. The LECT test is designed to ensure that individuals appointed to teaching assistantships possess the required language and communication skills.