Zicklin is proud to announce the new Deloitte Foundation Accounting Scholars Program (see details below)
The Zicklin School of Business is proud to collaborate with the Deloitte Foundation to champion diverse talent entering the CPA profession. With a record of commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, the Zicklin School and the Deloitte Foundation are committed to supporting students by providing a limited number of scholarships to the Zicklin School’s Master of Science in Accounting program.
The criteria to be considered for a scholarship include:
- Currently enrolled in a Historically Black College or University (HBCU), Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), or other accredited university or college in the United States.
- Pursuing an undergraduate baccalaureate degree in accounting from an accredited program.
- Strong academic track record with minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA (on 4.0 scale).
- An interest in pursuing a career in public accounting and becoming a CPA, but not presently a CPA.
- Must meet the standards for admission to the Zicklin School’s MS Accountancy program.
- Must be a US citizen or permanent resident.
Selected participants must matriculate in the Zicklin School’s MS Accountancy program for the fall 2022 semester and complete the program by August 2023. Consistent with Baruch College’s goal of enrolling a racially and ethnically diverse student population, the Zicklin School strongly encourages applications from underrepresented demographic groups who meet the eligibility criteria above.
For consideration, please submit an application for admission no later than March 1, 2022. If any questions please reach out to the Zicklin Graduate Admission Office. Email ZicklinGradAdmissions@baruch.cuny.edu.
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Baruch College Fund Scholarships
A limited number of College scholarships are also available to graduate students – further details on Baruch’s internal scholarships website.
You may be eligible for a specific scholarship or grant from an outside organization. Some sources to explore are employers, unions, professional organizations, community and special interest groups. Usually these are one-time awards given to high school graduates who have received them on the basis of academic achievement, though some have other criteria and can apply to graduate programs. Learn more about outside scholarships.
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Baruch’s appointed veterans’ affairs representatives work with veteran students to ensure they are receiving appropriate educational and financial aid benefits. Visit Baruch’s Veterans’ Benefits website to schedule a consultation regarding your VA benefits.
Federal Financial Aid
Filing your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) determines eligibility for Federal Loans and Federal Work-Study. Submit your FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov using Baruch College Federal Code: 007273. Use your FSA ID to electronically sign the FAFSA and allow at least 5 business days for Baruch College to receive your application. You will receive an email with your SAR (Student Aid Report) from FAFSA within this time. Be sure to review your SAR and make any corrections if necessary.
Federal Direct Loans
Federal Direct Loans are low-interest loans for students and parents to help pay for the cost of a student’s education after high school. The lender is the U.S. Department of Education, though the entity (loan servicer) you deal with can be a private business.
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Work-Study is a federally funded program that provides job opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students who are eligible to participate in need based financial aid programs. Work-Study student workers will be placed in various departments on and off campus, to help offset a portion of their educational expenses. To be considered for Federal Work Study, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and indicate on the FAFSA your interest in Federal Work Study as part of your financial aid.
Educational Alternative/Private Loans
Private student loans are non-federal loans, made by a lender such as a bank, credit union or state agency. They have variable or fixed interest rates based upon the student’s credit score.
Most lenders offer the option of obtaining a co-signer for the student loan. Please note that the University cannot act as a co-signer or sponsor for either domestic or international students.
Graduate Assistantships are part-time positions on campus which typically involve assisting faculty or students. Some examples include assisting faculty in administering synchronous online or in-person class sessions, answering simple process and content-related questions during synchronous class sessions, assisting students in navigating online exams and assignments. These positions are only available for currently enrolled non-Executive graduate students who have completed the first semester in their program.