Challenge. Thrive. Grow.

Our students are at the core of everything we do at the School of Accountancy. We pride ourselves on maintaining an active, welcoming environment where students are constantly interacting with peers and faculty alike. Students study together at designated areas in the faculty suites and are welcomed by a supportive and family-like atmosphere, open door policies, and accommodating staff.

Success in business starts here. Hear SoA alumni talk about their road to the FASB.

Check out some of our recent student accomplishments:

  • Alexis Tanoue (BSAcc/MAcc ’15) and Andrew McClaskey (BSAcc/MAcc ’15) were both selected for the 2015-16 Post-Graduate Technical Assistant Program at the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). Read more»
  • Our graduating student are acing the CPA exams, with some earning as high as 99 on the Audit section – a significant accomplishment and testament to the strength of our audit curriculum.
  • Beta Alpha Psi continues to perform well at regional and national competitions:
    • First Place, Regional Best Practices Competition, Effective Operations Category – 2015
      • Zane Sanchez, Mitch Singer and Solongo Batsuhk
    • Second Place, Regional Best Practices Competition, International Impact Category – 2015
      • Roy Harris, Ben Luchow, Helen Ryu and Wendy Wang
    • First Place, National and Regional Best Practices Competition, Collaboration Category – 2014
      • Rodney Castillo, Robert Galvan, Michaela Diamond
    • Second Place, Regional Best Practices Competition, Leadership Category – 2014
      • Shawni Johnson, Cari Winkler, Rachel Firmin
    • In 2014, five of our students won first place in the first ever National Business Valuations Competition in Seattle, WA.
      • Daniel O’Laughlin, Ryan Stine, Jordyn Michaud, Suyun Gu, and Paul Diegnau