Scholarships

The Society provides annual post-secondary partial tuition scholarships to immediate family members of NSAC members to support the furtherance of education to those with an interest in a career in cooperative business, accounting or finance.

Scholarship Criteria and Eligibility

The Society will be awarding scholarships to graduating high school seniors or students currently enrolled in a college or university who have an interest in pursuing a career in cooperative accounting or finance.

The applicant will have an immediate family member (parent, guardian, or grandparent) who is a member of the National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives (NSAC), and expresses an interest, or declares a major in pursuing a career in cooperative business, accounting or finance. The applicant must be US citizen and the institution they attend must be in the United States. Scholarship funds will be sent to and made payable to the school of choice.

Applications must be submitted online by midnight local time by April 30 of each year. Official high school or post-secondary institution transcripts can be uploaded to the application or mailed directly to NSAC from the institution. Transcripts mailed must be postmarked no later than April 30.

Scholarship applicants will be notified of their application status by June 1 of each year.

INSTRUCTIONS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Purpose
To provide ongoing support for NSAC members and their families and to encourage the pursuit of an advanced degree in accounting or finance with a focus or intent to pursue a career in cooperative accounting.

Application/Selection Process

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