The Accounting Club, open to all interested students, organizes a number of functions during the year, including:
The academic year begins with a Golf Tournament in September for networking with alumni, faculty, and recruiters in an informal setting.
Fall Recruiting Schedule
Interviews for opportunities in public accounting take place in October. The Accounting Club, coordinates the on-campus presentations and interviews conducted by these firms.
Involvement with Professional Organizations
All students are encouraged to attend monthly meetings of various professional accounting organizations in Rochester. Fisher students serve on the Board of Directors of the Institute of Management Accountants and New York State Society of CPA Candidates.
Deloitte & Touche Tax Case Competition
The Deloitte & Touche Tax Case Competition is a full-day competition in Boston in late October. Fisher's team has twice ranked in the top ten teams nationally.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax Competition
In November, teams of Fisher accounting students compete in the annual PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Tax Competition. Students work on a hypothetical tax problem, which they present to a panel of PwC partners from the Rochester office.
Green & Seiffer Accounting Challenge
This intercollegiate accounting competition enables juniors and seniors to test their accounting and trivia knowledge against students from various upstate New York colleges and universities.
The Accounting Club is active with a variety of volunteer and social activities for the Easter Seals Foundation, Camp Good Days and Special Times, and various United Way organizations.
The Accounting Club organizes monthly meetings on topics of interest to accounting majors. Business professionals from the community are invited to campus to talk about a variety of topics.
Tutoring is available throughout the semester. If you are having trouble in a class, you are encouraged to contact the appropriate faculty member first. However, on weekends or evenings when faculty are not available, additional tutoring is conducted by upper-class accounting majors.