College to Accounting Professional University (CAP U)


Does your future employer?

Mold the skills you need to stand out and elevate
your opportunities at CAP U.

Friday, November 11 and Saturday, November 12

Registration Will Open in August

Held at the KyCPA Offices, 1735 Alliant Avenue, Louisville

We will provide overnight accommodations at a
hotel to those students who attend and are coming from out of town.

For more information please email Robin Miller at

A free program designed to:

  • Enhance professional skills
  • Master interviewing techniques to help edge out the competition for internships and jobs
  • Perfect networking and communication skills
  • Learn about career opportunities


Day 1

2 p.m. - Welcome

3 - Accounting Career Opportunities Panel

4 - Accounting Career Opportunities Small Group Discussion

4:45 - Dinner/Activity

Day 2

10:30 a.m. - Welcome

11 - How to Study for the CPA Exam Experience Panel

11:45 - Job Opportunities in Accounting Game/Activity

12:30 p.m. - Lunch

1:30 - Mock Interviews

2:30 - Meet the Firms Reception

Eligibility Requirements:

  • College accounting, finance or business student enrolled at an accredited college or university in Kentucky or southern Indiana with interest in pursuing a CPA license,
  • Must be at least a sophomore and be enrolled in the 2022 academic year for at least one semester,
  • Maintained a minimum 2.75 GPA.

“This program increased my knowledge of the accounting profession, and it gave me a feel of what it’s like to work in accounting. The speakers provided relevant insight that answered lots of questions I had, as well as helpful tips for a successful career." Hope Odubena, Asbury University

“The College to Accounting Professional University (CAP U) virtual experience was truly an engaging, informative, and exciting opportunity! I learned so much about emerging technologies, communication, and leadership, and I am grateful for the chance to participate. Having these experiences to learn, network, and share with others really makes a difference in our personal and professional lives.” – Jenna Williams, University of Louisville