Troy University’s Accounting Program Named After Company Owner Enterprise

TROY, Ala. (WTVY) – The University of Troy honored a Wiregrass native on Sept. 8 for his contribution to the business world.

The school’s accounting program will be officially named the William H. Carr School of Accountancy. Carr is a founding partner of Carr, Riggs and Ingram CPAs and Business Advisors.

Its partnership with the University began in 1997 with the recruitment of accounting graduates. Over time, CRI has employed more than 100 accountants and supported almost 50 University of Troy partners.

Sorrell College of Business Dean Judson Edwards said, “Someone like Bill Carr really helps raise the stature of our programs. It kind of connects Bill’s core beliefs to what we do in accounting school, to have a strong and ethical accounting program.

During the ceremony, Carr expressed his gratitude for the honor and said he plans to continue to employ graduates from the Troy program.

To learn more about the William H. Carr School of Accountancy, click HERE.

For more on Carr, Riggs and Ingram, click HERE.

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