Accounting Firms Giving Competition

The Raymond A. Mason School of Business and the Accounting Programs Board are partnering to encourage William & Mary alumni in the accounting industry to give back.

The goal is 60 percent of alumni in the accounting industry giving consistently to William & Mary by 2020. Higher than the university's goal of 40 percent by 2020, our plan is ambitious - and we need your help. 

Make a gift online to help your firm climb the rankings. You can direct your gift to the Accounting Program (1161) or any area of William & Mary.

"As an audit partner in public accounting, I looked to hire bright and innovative graduates for our firm. The Mason School's accounting program has a strong reputation for producing the professionals our industry demands. Now, as a professor, it is an honor to be part of a community that takes pride in that effort."
- Professor Elizabeth P. Foster

"As a proud William & Mary alumnus and faculty member, it brings me great joy to see the high level of professional success of many of my former students. It is especially gratifying that these students remain loyal and have invested heavily, with their time and financial resources, to help ensure the continued excellence of the W&M accounting program."
- Professor Emeritus G. Thomas White Ph. D. '72

In addition to helping your firm's participation rate, your support allows today's students to benefit from the same hands-on accounting education you received. 

Gifts to the Mason School Accounting Program support engaged classroom instruction from experienced faculty members, help to facilitate integrated field experiences, and support career services efforts. A gift to any area of William & Mary will count as part of the competition.

By the numbers

Give now to help your firm's participation rate!

Results of the 2018 Accounting CompetitionRead more about the 2018 Accounting Firms Giving Competition here. 


Miriam Fleming, Associate Director of Development
(757) 221-2929
Miller Hall 2046C

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