For additional information or questions contact:

James Hay MBA, CPA

Assistant Professor of Accounting
Email
Phone: (717) 264-4141 ext. 3258

Tuition and Fees

Cost

Tuition of $1,590 per course with no other fees associated with the course.


Registration

Students may enter the MAcc program during the fall or spring semesters. Registration takes place prior to the first course session. Late registration is permitted at the discretion of the program director.


Payment

Payment of tuition or an appropriate payment arrangement is required at the time of registration. During the late registration period, students may ONLY register in person. Please note a late fee will be charged to returning students who register during this period.


Payment Options

Payment of all tuition and fees may be made through various methods:

- Payments in full can be made by cash or check, or online using  American Express/MasterCard/Discover/Visa through OPC, accessible from the Dean's Scene page at http://www.wilson.edu/parents/index.aspx, or through the My Wilson Portal.

- Payment plans are available. Contact Tina Freeman at tina.freeman@wilson.edu  or at 717-264-4141, ext. 3251 to discuss.


- Deferred payment: Available for Wilson College students whose employers do not reimburse for college courses until the course has been completed. Print a Deferred Payment Agreement, complete, and mail agreement to the director of the MAcc program (it requires director's signature). There is an upfront, non-refundable fee of $25 per course that must be submitted with this agreement.

- Federal loans for qualified individuals may apply, please see Wilson College financial aid or details.


Scholarship Opportunities

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants sponsors a significant amount of scholarship money for students ranging from community colleges through PhD programs. 
 
The Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants
makes grants to Accounting students each year, and they are renewable.  I believe that this past year's grants totaled around $300,000.

The Pennsylvania Society of Tax and Accounting Professionals, formerly the Pennsylvania Society of Public Accountants, based in Camp Hill, offers three scholarships each year - 1 for $2,000 and 2 for $1,000.