Accelerating Students into the Accounting Profession Summer Camp presented by @MSUBusiness

July 9, 2017 (All day)

July 10, 2017 (All day)

July 11, 2017 (All day)

July 12, 2017 (All day)

ASAP is a fun-filled, interactive three-day camp designed to encourage rising high school seniors' interest in accounting by providing an overview of various career opportunities available within the profession. Participants will be housed in Hurst Hall residence hall on the Starkville campus, where they will get a glimpse of college life and what it means to be an MSU Bulldog! The camp will include instructional seminars focused on enhancing professional development and success, developing team-building/leadership skills, and gaining a new perspective of the accounting profession. In addition, participants will hear from accounting professionals and take a tour of local firms or industries, where they will get a firsthand look at audit, tax, corporate accounting or advisory services. The cost to participate is $75, which includes room and board, meals, as well as field trip and workshop supplies. Check-in for campers will be from 4-5 p.m. on Sunday [July 9] at Hurst Hall in Zacharias Village on the north side of the Starkville campus. Read the "Additional Information" section at the bottom of this page or click the "Link" below for more information.

McCool Hall
Primary Sponsoring Organization
MSU College of Business (Adkerson School of Accountancy) - @MSUBusiness
Sponsoring Organization's Web Site
Contact Name
Lorraine Hughes
Contact Phone
(662) 325-1631
Contact Email
Additional Information
Applicants must submit the complete application package with all of the supporting documents. They include: 1) A completed ASAP application form; 2) Written Essay Questions (Responses should be well-developed to two essay questions and typed in the space provided.); 3) An official copy of your most recent transcript printed with the school seal; 4) Two letters of recommendation. (The following mandatory criteria must be met: a) May be written by any non-family member who knows the applicant well enough and can speak on behalf of the applicant's scholarly abilities and character; b) Recommender must provide his or her contact information as he or she may be contacted; c) Letters must be in a sealed envelope and signed across the seal. d) Letters should be sent to Lorraine Hughes, P.O. Box EF, Mississippi State, MS 39762.