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Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship

$10,000

January 30, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship provides an opportunity for students to advance their education in anti-fraud career paths. Applicants must be enrolled 9 semester hours (or equivalent) per term if undergraduate or 6 semester hours (or equivalent) per term if graduate level. Applicants must be currently enrolled at an accredited, four-year college or university with enrollment throughout the academic year and have a declared major or minor in accounting, business administration, finance or criminal justice and demonstrate a desire to pursue a career in fraud examination or similar anti-fraud profession. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 716 West Avenue
  • Austin, TX 78701
  • scholarships@ACFE.com
  • tel: 512-478-9000
  • fax: 512-276-8127

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Joyce Atienza  on 8/27/2020 1:53:17 AM

Hello. I am applying for this scholarship because my parents couldn't assist me and my sister this school year because of the pandemic. I am a 3rd year college taking up Bachelor Science of Accountancy. Hopefully you would consider me to be one of your deserving students that will qualify for this scholarship. Thank you in advance!

CT  on 8/18/2020 4:21:33 PM

Hello my name is Comfort, and I’m currently in rolled at Texas Tech University. I’m applying for this scholarship because my financial aid wasn’t enough to cover my tuition and my parents living in Africa so they do not have the money to support my education. I’m currently majoring in business. My goal is to get my bachelors degree and join the military to serve the country that have give me so much.

Melissa K Tatum  on 7/14/2020 12:19:24 PM

I am Melissa, I am 47 years old, single and have raised 2 kids. I am applying for scholarships to help pay tuition so I do not have to continue to work 2 jobs to pay for school and living expenses. I am an undergraduate at Lamar University currently working towards my bachelors in Criminal Justice. I hope to also obtain an Associates in Accounting and pursue a career as a forensic accountant.

Dolen K  on 5/13/2020 11:55:46 AM

Hello, my name is Dolen, and I applied for this scholarship to help continue my education at Hardin-Simone university in Abilene Texas. While this school may be expensive, I’m driving to continue to succeed and overcome this small feat to pressure a degree in Criminal Justice, while being a student athlete!!

jada p  on 1/29/2020 4:53:27 PM

I am Jada, a first generation college student and I am applying for this scholarship to help pay for my dream school I attend, Baylor University. I want to be successful and I need the funds to help be successful here at Baylor University, thank you!

Zach B  on 1/28/2020 11:09:12 AM

My names Zach, I have been really stressing about scholarships and tuition. My main focus is becoming a cop and helping people out and giving back to the community that made me who I am. This scholarship would really help me.

Brody D  on 1/25/2020 11:24:47 AM

Hello, I am currently applying for this scholarship to help pay for college. I will attend McNeese State University in Louisiana and will be a full time student.

Alexander C  on 7/25/2018 8:44:08 AM

Hello my name is Alexander Colon, and I am currently in rolled in liberty University. I am an active duty service member currently working at a base in Maryland. I happen to room 417 years and want to continue especially pursuing my educational goals before I retire. My current field of study is criminal justice and Homeland security. My goal is to work with the department of homeland security, or the Federal Bureau of investigation. Right now I am Hispanic American who is strives to be a better person and a better father for my children. I do everything I can to ensure that I am the best father, husband, active duty service member, and supervisor. I want to show my children that being a working father or working parent is no excuse to not pursue your educational goals. If selected for the scholarship I will ensure that I Celebrate my accomplishments with my degree. I wish to pursue and continue medication and obtain a masters agree upon completion of my bachelors. Thank you.

Mulique S  on 7/23/2018 9:12:53 PM

I am currently visiting the united states and I would like to attend school at Rutgers University, I am an only child and my mother recently passed in a tragic car accident. In honor of her I would like to further my education and I can only do that with financial assistance, this scholarship will really help.

Tammi k  on 6/9/2018 10:30:01 AM

I am applying for a scholarship to further my education and pay for college.

Linda H  on 1/19/2018 4:23:03 PM

The requirements state that you have to be enrolled in a 4-year college. I am attending Centralia College in Centralia, WA. It is not truly a 4-year college, though they do offer a few 4-year degrees - one being Accounting. Would I still be eligible.

Mohamed R  on 1/11/2018 8:01:55 AM

Hi, so happy to have the opportunity to join your wonderful site who help people to become better and beneficial for the society. Actually, I am a graduate student at Embry-Riddle university in Daytona Beach, I take 6 credite hours every semester but my majore is Aeronautical Science, my specialization is Safety Management System and Education, so I am not qualified but I wish to have a better luck next time, so pray for me plz. Thanks a lot Yours Sincerely, Mohamed G. Rostom

Angelica G  on 1/2/2018 12:25:25 PM

I applied for this scholarship because i need help in furthering my education. i want to be succesful but i do not have the funds and i need some help

Peter Makuol A  on 11/6/2016 1:46:13 PM

am really very happy to have participating in this scholarship because i have financial which is difficult to attain education

Dolores T  on 2/28/2016 3:09:04 PM

Dolores Torres on 2/28/2016 3:08 PM Hello, my name is Dolores Torres, and I am applying for this scholarship because my major is Criminal Justice in Administration and I hope to make a difference in the unethical, corrupt, and racial issues existing today in the law enforcement system.

Denzel Rajiv B  on 1/26/2016 11:39:49 PM

not yet,..i want some scholarship because of financial problem ,,i want to graduate,.;

shenita c  on 1/23/2016 3:44:55 PM

Hi my name is Shenita Clark I'm applying for this scholarship because my financial aid wasn't enough to cover my tuition. I'm going to school for Criminal Justice and I'm almost finish I would be finish in September of this year. I'm hoping that I receive a scholarship or grant so I can finish school because dropping out is not an option for me. I would love to finish school so I can find a better job in my career field to better my life & my kids. Thank you in advance

Mutinta M  on 12/15/2015 3:27:23 PM

I hope to be able to successfully fill out the application and get the scholarship.

ndeloakeh mbetazifor g  on 11/15/2015 11:12:36 AM

I am very happy to be part of those applying for this scholarship,i really need this scholarship,i wish to be internationally knowledgeable for development.

wahida marray s  on 10/10/2015 3:12:16 AM

I am really excited to excess this website. I needed this scholarship because firstly i want to have an international exposure and to contribute intensely to my country.

Huan W  on 8/11/2015 4:38:32 PM

How to apply this scholarship

sharadindu s  on 7/31/2015 7:49:29 PM

I am in junior year at a university

Alexander W  on 7/23/2015 2:02:19 PM

I go to a community college majoring in criminal justice , can I still apply for this scholarship

Anton S  on 6/26/2015 1:07:12 AM

Great opportunity.

AMARACHI A  on 4/15/2015 7:58:30 AM

awesome scholarship

Thu L  on 3/31/2015 10:24:33 PM

That's a great scholarship

ian o  on 3/8/2011 11:20:02 AM

good work

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