The USF School of Management offers a number of partial-tuition scholarships to its Accounting majors.
If you qualify and are selected for these scholarships, you will see it listed on your award offer.
Dominic and Leona Tarantino Accounting Scholars Endowed Fund
The university chooses the annual recipients of the Dominic and Leona Tarantino Accounting Scholars endowed scholarship. It is for juniors and seniors who are accounting majors, with a focus on students who are graduates of San Francisco high schools. They should have a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
Endowed Accounting Scholarship
The endowed scholarship, established in 1993, supports students in the Accounting program in the School of Management.
James and Carol Hurley Accounting Scholarship
The James and Carol Hurley Accounting Scholarship, established in 1992, is a merit-based scholarship that is given to students in the School of Management who are studying in the field of accounting. Recipients must have completed the 6 unit sequence of Intermediate Accounting I and Intermediate Accounting II.
James and Myrna McKenna Accounting Scholarship
The James and Myrna McKenna scholarship was created in 1984 to honor James L. McKenna and is given to a student interested in pursuing a career in public accounting.
Del Monte Corp. Business Scholarship
The Del Monte Corp. Business Scholarship is for juniors and seniors enrolled in Accounting, MIS, Finance, General Business, Human Resources or Marketing in the School of Management and have a 3.25 GPA overall and a 3.5 GPA in their major area of study. U.S. citizens and international students from countries where Del Monte has operating facilities are eligible to apply for the scholarship.