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Nine Accounting Students Earn CMA Scholarship

Nine accounting students from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point School of Business and Economics have earned a CMA Scholarship and will be able to complete the CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) program at no cost.

Cynthia Brinkman, Kimberly Freese, Ludvika Gryskiewicz, Dana Kuklinski, Abby Majercik, Kely Rodriguez, Annie Jo Schirmer, Tiernee Schrank and Jennifer Drescher Weiser were nominated for the scholarship by UW-Stevens Point Lecturer Bo DeDeker.

Recipients of the CMA Scholarships will receive a comprehensive package of benefits enabling them to study for and take the CMA exam at no cost. The benefits include:

  • IMA membership for up to three years while pursuing completion of the CMA exam
  • Entrance fee to the CMA program
  • Exam Support Package – an assessment tool that can help assess the content covered on the CMA exam
  • Registration fees for the first attempt at both parts of the CMA exam
  • Wiley CMAexcel test bank access for up to two years for both CMA exam parts (U.S. students only)

CMA® is the gold standard of certification in management accounting. It is unique among professional and academic credentials, designed specifically for accounting and financial management professionals in business. Achieving the CMA designation demonstrates professional expertise in financial planning, analysis, control, decision support, and professional ethics – essential skills sought after by successful organizations and their financial team leaders.

IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) is committed to supporting the education of future accounting and finance professionals working in business. As part of this effort, IMA has instituted the CMA Scholarship Program which honors top students by recognizing them with this scholarship.

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