Johnson, Craig A.
Student must be an accounting or finance major admitted to the College of Business at UW-EC with plans and ability to enter the public accounting profession or banking industry after graduation. Preference will be given to nontraditionally-aged students, 25 or older. If a nontraditionally-aged student is unavailable, then a traditionally-aged student meeting the remainder of the criteria will be considered for the scholarship. Student must be a junior or senior student or one returning for a second baccalaureate degree; be enrolled as a full- time or a part-time student taking at least 9 credits per semester. Student must have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or demonstrated the ability to achieve a significantly higher GPA. Must have financial need, with preference given to individuals who work part-time to support their educational expenses.APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
A letter of application outlining educational and career goals should be submitted to the Accounting and Finance Scholarship Committee along with a transcript of all academic work completed.APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Applications become available the week before spring break and are due the week after spring break.SELECTION PROCEDURE:
The Accounting and Finance Scholarship Committee will make the selection subject to review by Mary Ann Johnson.SELECTION DEADLINE:
To be determined by the Scholarship Committee, but no later than June 1.NOTIFICATION:
The Accounting and Finance Scholarship Committee will send written notification to the Financial Aid Office prior to June 1.SPECIAL NOTES:
The recipient is encouraged to send a thank-you note to Mary Ann Johnson in care of the UW-EC Foundation Office, S- 214. This scholarship is given in memory of her late husband, Craig A. Johnson, as a demonstration of their commitment to improving the educational opportunities of promising accounting and finance students who will uphold the standards of professionalism and integrity by which Craig lived.
Office of Financial Aid - Schofield 115 - (715)836-3373
Updated: May 18, 2013