Accounting Association's Mission Statement
- To further the study and the practice of accounting among the members.
- To promote professional and social interaction between members, business professionals, faculty, and alumni through weekly activities.
- To show accounting, management and information systems, and finance majors the wide variety of job opportunities available encompassing public, corporate, and governmental careers.
- To be an active participant in sustaining and upgrading the quality Accounting Association expects its members to be actively involved in its functions.
The Accounting Association is open to all majors. There is no GPA requirement or credit hours standing to join our fine organization. Each member is required to obtain five professional hours, five community service hours and attend one social event.
Each member will be awarded the standing of "Superior Member" if they meet these requirements:
- Obtain a combination of 20 professional and community service hours during a semester
- Dues are paid in full
The Accounting Association is always buzzing with things to do. Students have the opportunity to meet new and exciting people who are also in the accounting field through numerous social events.
Students are encouraged to participate in these events in order to meet new people, and in order to network yourself in the business work.
Activities include weekly general and professional meetings (including professional speakers from "Big 4") accounting firms, regional and local accounting firms, and social activities with professionals as well as other business students including: formal banquets, dinners, and an annual golf outing.