Adams State accounting students receive prestigious scholarships totaling $7500


assistant professor of business, natalie rogers, wearing a red shirt, john owsley wearing a light pink shirt and eye glasses, jessica gilmore with dark hair wearing a flower patterned shirt an open grey sweater and jordan hicks with blonde hair and a blue shirt with white designs stand behind a granite sign with text school of business background is outside wall of school of business large grey blocks with some green bushes and grass

Natalie Rogers congratulates Adams State accounting students John Owsley, Jessica Gilmore and Jordan Hicks.

Three Adams State University students each received a $2,500 scholarship for the Fall 2017 term from the Educational Foundation of the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants. The Foundation promotes accounting education in Colorado and supports students pursuing the CPA career path.

  • Jessica Gilmore was awarded the Mark J. Smith Scholarship
  • Jordan Hicks was awarded a General Scholarship
  • John Owsley was awarded the Lori Nelson / EKSH Scholarship

Juniors, seniors, and graduate students from 13 Colorado colleges and universities applied for the competitive scholarships, completing essays and submitting transcripts and resumes. Winners were selected by the CPAs and educators who serve on the Foundation's Board of Trustees.