The Illinois CPA Society values its relationship with college educators. Together we can provide support to those eager to enter the accounting profession and continue its tradition of excellence. Take advantage of the Illinois CPA Society as a resource for providing information and materials to your students and for acting as a liaison between academia and industry. It’s up to all of us to work together to recruit the best and brightest.

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Videos


The Why Accounting? and Be a CPA videos were created to help introduce accounting and the CPA credential as a great option and leave viewers with positive perceptions about the profession. Use the videos to complement your efforts to increase the pipeline of diverse accounting majors and your efforts to attract high school students, transfer students, or undecided majors into your accounting programs.


Materials Order Form


The Illinois CPA Society is happy to provide you with resources to promote the accounting profession. We have CPA Exam brochures, CPA Credential posters, ICPAS Student Swag and Student Membership Applications.  Please complete the order form and indicate the quantity of each resource you would like in the space provided.


Additional Resources

 

  • AICPA’s ThisWayToCPA.com - This project focused on making it easier for college students and recent graduates to prepare and plan for the journey to becoming a CPA
  • AICPA’s Extra Credit - Newsletter for accounting educators
  • AccountingCoach.com - Explanations and examples of many accounting topics, glossary, plus drills and puzzles for improving or refreshing your financial literacy
  • AICPA's Start Here Go Places - Interactive site with resources for students and educators 
  • Illinois College and University Listing - ICPAS guide to 2 and 4 year schools with accounting programs in Illinois 
  • Outstanding Educator Award - ICPAS award for an educator who has made significant contributions to the education of accounting students through their leadership, teaching excellence, and active involvement in the accounting profession