February 27, 2023
Cybercorps SFS Cybersecurity Scholarship information session March 3
Be one of the select few undergraduates actively involved in cutting-edge security research working on real-life projects. Play a part in the way people think about privacy, the intricacies of social interactions, and the security of society or design secure supervisory and control systems.
Attend the information session at 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 3, in 2168 Engineering Hall or via Zoom. Non-computer science majors are welcome.
Scholarship benefits include all tuition and fees paid, a stipend of $25K-34K per year and $6K per year in professional development funding for up to three years. Recipients are expected to maintain a 3.2 GPA in a cybersecurity-related program of study, pass a background check for a security clearance and work for a federal executive agency one year for each year they receive funding.
SFS scholars form lifelong friendships with their peers, foster active connections with state and federal agencies, and become a part of a network of more than 2,600 SFS graduates from more than 70 institutions who chose to serve their country by doing what they love.