The Society of Actuaries/Casualty Actuarial Society Diversity Exam Reimbursement Program is available to the following groups that are under-represented in the actuarial profession: African American, Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and Native North Americans or Indigenous people. Applicants must be either a Canada or U.S. citizen, asylum seeker, or have a permanent resident or educational visa AND a member of the underrepresented group above. This reimbursement program is not designed for individuals employed full-time in an actuarial position.

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  • Hispanic or Latino students in need of financial support who plan to purchase their study materials within 45 days or who purchased study materials no more than 60 days prior to submitting this application, should apply for the the Organization of Latino Actuaries study material stipend instead of selecting this option, as you may qualify for more aid.
  • If you have earned a college degree, please specify:
  • Disclaimer: Please note, only one stipend will be administered per exam if passed/failed. The stipend may be used for previously purchased exam or future exam.
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  • Exam Reimbursement Agreement

  • Submitting this form for exam reimbursement, means you agree with the following:

    1. To the best of your knowledge, you have provided complete and truthful information.
    2. You have not been reimbursed for this exam from any other source.
    3. If you selected to receive a study material stipend above, please confirm that you are not applying for a Stipend for the same exam from any other source.
    4. Please note that actuarial candidates are bound by the Code of Conduct for Candidates and Code of Professional Ethics for Candidates.

    It's important that actuarial candidates understand and apply this code. In particular Rules 1 and 2 apply here.

    They are:

    RULE 1: An Actuarial Candidate shall act honestly, with integrity and competence, to uphold the reputation of the actuarial profession.

    RULE 2: An Actuarial Candidate shall not engage in any professional conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation or commit any act that reflects adversely on the actuarial profession.

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