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About the OSCPA

The Oregon Society of CPAs, founded in 1908, is a voluntary association of CPAs and prospective CPAs engaged in public practice, industry, government, and education. 

OSCPA Mission

Promote the CPA profession by acting in a representative capacity facilitating professional relationships, and furthering the knowledge, competence, performance, and standing of members.

Membership Value Proposition

OSCPA is your champion, your connection to advancing the accounting profession and your career through higher-level learning, legislative advocacy, leadership development, and cultivation of your peer network.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

OSCPA is committed to respect, acceptance, and appreciation for all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, or other communities. We believe that fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment is critical to the success of the profession and to our members, employees, and partners. We welcome, encourage, and support diversity in our membership and in our profession.

Who are OSCPA members?

Voting members generally hold a Certified Public Accountant certificate issued by the State of Oregon, or by other states provided certain eligibility requirements have been met. Affiliate members include students, CPA candidates, former or inactive CPA license-holders, and uncertified associate members.