Wake Forest Accounting Diversity Consortium

Funded by EY

As part of our ongoing diversity initiatives, the School of Business invites college juniors and seniors from other campuses, including historically black colleges and universities, to learn more about careers in accounting and financial management, and specifically how the Wake Forest MSA program can prepare them to succeed in those professions. The two-day event, typically held in early January, is known as the Accounting Diversity Consortium and is funded by the EY accounting firm.

ADC participants are given the opportunity to meet faculty members, students and alumni of the School, as well as representatives from EY.

The goal of the consortium is to introduce prospective students to the MSA program’s curriculum and admissions process, while demonstrating the value of a master’s degree in accountancy.

Participant expenses, travel costs, and accommodations are covered for the event. Interested candidates must verify eligibility and apply online.

Eligibility & Application

Eligibility:

  • Candidates must be a college junior or senior from an underrepresented group
  • Candidates from any major are welcome to apply, but should have an interest in accounting
  • Candidates must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident

Application Process:

  • Online application (to be available in Fall 2014)
  • Resume and unofficial copy of undergraduate transcript should be included as part of the online application submission

Application Deadline: Late November (specific date TBD for 2015 event)

For more information, contact Jennifer deGuzman in the Enrollment Management Center at 336.758.5382 or deguzmjn@wfu.edu

 

Learn more:

View eligibility requirements and online application

Download the ADC brochure

For more information, contact Jennifer deGuzman in the Enrollment Management Center at 336.758.5382 or deguzmjn@wfu.edu.