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Pennsylvania Society of Public Accountants Scholarships

The PSPA will award threeacademic scholarships (a $2,000 Robert T. Zaleski Memorial Scholarship and two scholarships each in the amount of $1,000) to deserving students attending a Pennsylvania institution of higher learning.

To be eligible for the scholarship, you must meet the following criteria:
- Applicant must be a declared accounting major
- Applicant must be an undergraduate student, having completed a minimum of 60 credit hours
- Applicant must have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0
- Applicant must attend a Pennsylvania college or university and must be a Pennsylvania resident
- Scholarships are given on a competitive basis to applicants who best satisfy the requirement of high academic merit; leadership potential, extra-curricular activities and financial need may also be considered in determining the award recipients
- Scholarships are awarded in September and are to be used to offset the cost of the applicant’s education and related expenses; scholarship money will be dually made payable to the student and the student’s college/university and can be used for tuition, housing, books or related expenses

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