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Welcome to the ISACA/IIA/ACFE/IMa Student Group- University of North Texas!

We provide students with an educational and social organization to promote knowledge related to internal auditing, IT auditing, fraud examination, and management accounting. We also promote the professional certifications of the respective organizations and future leaders in these professions. 

Move yourself forward and become an active Student Member.

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Description

The ISACA/IIA/ACFE is a student organization, the purpose of which is, to provide students with an educational and social organization that promotes knowledge related to internal auditing, IT auditing, fraud examination and management accounting. The purpose also is to promote the professional certifications of the respective organizations and develop future leaders in these professions.

Category

Academic & Professional

Organization Purpose/Mission:

Please limit to 30 words.

The ISACA/IIA/ACFE/IMA is a student group, the purpose of which is to provide students with an educational and social organization that promotes knowledge related to internal auditing, IT auditing,fraud examination and management accounting. The purpose also is to promote the professional certifications of the respective organizations and develop the future leaders in these professions.

Organizational Twitter Handle

@

Organizational Snapchat Account

@

Organization Affiliation

If your organization is affiliated with a local, regional, state, national or international organization, please provide the name and the address of the headquarters.

ISACA International, North Texas ISACA Chapter
IIA National, Fort Worth and Dallas Chapters
ACFE, Fort Worth and Dallas Chapters
IMA, Dallas and Fort Worth Area Chapter

Number of Active Members

This is the total number of ACTIVE members (all of which should be UNT students) who participate in activities of the organization. This is NOT the number of students who signed up on an interest list, nor the number of students the organization "governs" (if the organization is a governing body over groups of students or other organizations).

98

Requirements for Membership:

As listed in the organization's constitution (e.g., dues, attendance, GPA). If none, write "None."

• Become a member on the Orgsync
• Attend at least 2 meetings per semester
• Be a member of one of the parent organizations (ISACA, IIA, or
ACFE) (proof required)
• Business casual dress and professional behavior at meetings

Meeting Date(s), Time, and Location:

Tuesday, 6pm

Are your meetings open to potential members and/or non members?

Yes

Primary Advisor Name

This is a full-time UNT employee, either faculty or staff. Do NOT precede or succeed their name with a title or license, such as "Dr." or "Ph.D."

Peter Kipp

Primary Advisor Email and Review

This is a UNT address, typically firstname.lastname@unt.edu. Entering a misspelled or incorrect email address will cause the profile submission to be denied and delay the organization's registration.

In order for this profile submissoin to be approved, it must be reviewed by the primary advisor. Please notify your advisor to be on the lookout for a review request email from OrgSync. Once reviewed by the advisor, the profile will be submitted to Student Activities for review.

President/Chief Officer Name

Full Name on record with UNT.

Megan Lohmann

President/Chief Officer Email Address