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NSAC Post Secondary Scholarship Criteria and Eligibility - now available for 2020

Application now extended to June 12, 2020

The Society will be awarding up to ten (10) scholarships in 2020 to graduating high school seniors or students currently be enrolled in a College or University who have an interest in pursuing a career in cooperative accounting or finance.

For 2019, three scholarships were awarded, the following are the recipients:
Cameron Dellamano
Katelyn Morley
Reid Hoefler

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 express an interest, or declared a major in pursuing a career in cooperative business, accounting or finance. The applicant must be US citizen and the institution they attend should be in the USA. Scholarship funds will be sent to and made payable to the school of choice.

Included you will find:
1. Instructions and eligibility criteria
2. An on-line scholarship application

Applications must be submitted online by midnight local time on June 12, 2020. High school and University transcripts (for 2020, Unofficial Transcripts permitted) can be uploaded to the application, mailed directly to NSAC (136 South Keowee Street, Dayton, OH 45402) or emailed separately to info@nsacoop.org from the high school. Transcripts mailed or emailed must be received no later than June 12, 2020.

Scholarship applicants will be notified of their application status by August 3, 2020.

INSTRUCTIONS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

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

Application/Selection Process

  • Visit our on-line application
  • Complete all sections of the application and submit on or before the stated deadline.
  • Have a copy of your high school transcripts uploaded with the application or sent directly from your high school to NSAC at 136 South Keowee Street, Dayton, OH 45402 or info@nsacoop.org.

Applications and transcripts will be verified for eligibility by the Selection Committee.