Online Giving for the Fisher School of Accounting
The Fisher School of Accounting is part of the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida. The accounting program was among the initial programs of the College. In 1977 the School of Accounting was established, replacing the department of accounting. In 1985, the School of Accounting was named for Clearwater, Florida, CPA and businessman, Frederick Fisher.
The Fisher School of Accounting currently offers a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree and a Master of Science in Accounting degree. Both degree programs are nationally ranked. In its most recent rankings, U.S. News and World Report ranked the undergraduate and graduate programs 5th and 11th, respectively, among public universities.
Gerson Hall gives The Fisher School of Accounting the distinction of having the only new building funded by private gifts dedicated to accounting in the country. Gifts from alumni and friends are recognized throughout the building and in the brick walkway at the entrance.
We are excited to announce the renaming of the Fisher School’s Accounting Associates Fund to the Doug Snowball Accounting Excellence Fund. Thank you for your support. Because of your generosity, this fund will allow the school to provide better faculty and student support. This includes funding to attract and retain the best faculty and graduate teaching assistants, as well as support for the student commons, academic advising and faculty activities.
The Fisher School web site can be found at http://warrington.ufl.edu/fsoa.
- Doug Snowball Accounting Excellence Fund (000931)
- Leland M. Reiner Memorial Scholarship Fund (003588)
- Jack Kramer Professorship (013935)
- FSOA Director's Excellence Fund (016069)
- Ernst & Young Excellence Endowment (017539)
- PwC Summer Research Grants Fund (018009)
- Deloitte Foundation Research Fund (019001)