Members and Candidates currently enrolled in Income Tax 1 may volunteer with Impact America to prepare free tax returns for low-income, working families at local tax sites.
Once a year in the Fall Semester, members and candidates work together to pack shoeboxes to be sent to children in need around the world. Students also donate supplies throughout the year to fill boxes.
We are launching an AU chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) in the Fall of 2021. Our goal is to create a community for under-represented minority students on campus and provide allyship to them as they enter the accounting profession.
The School of Accountancy needs your support to advance the mission of promoting financial literacy to young people.
The School of Accountancy will host a resume review session staffed by your professionals specifically for our students planning to attend Meet the Firms.
Since 2012, the School of Accountancy (SOA) has hosted its alumni & friends at a football tailgate under a big white tent on the Lowder Hall lawn.
The Financial Accounting Stars Banquet (or FASB, pun intended) honors the top 10% of students enrolled in the fall semester ACCT 2110 Principles of Financial Accounting course and seeks to recruit them into the accounting major.
Available in the Fall and Spring Semesters, members and candidates may volunteer at the Food Bank of East Alabama. The Food Bank is in constant need of volunteer help to sort and package food which it distributes to low-income people through member agencies.
In the Fall Semester, while the Master’s students are studying abroad, Beta Alpha Psi members and candidates step up and help with exam proctoring.
Beta Alpha Psi members and candidates get paired with one to two Rising Accountant & Analyst Program members. They meet at least twice a semester to discuss recruiting, internships, and academics, giving the underclassmen an opportunity to ask questions and get to know older students in the major. Beta Alpha Psi members & candidates will…