The Department of Defense (DoD)
needs bright Americans to solve critical computer security problems. It created the Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP) to encourage American scholars interested in Information Assurance
to consider working for the DoD.
IASP is a full ride
scholarship. It pays for your tuition, student fees, text books, lab expenses, supplies and equipment. Additionally, it pays an annual $12,000 stipend for undergraduate students or an annual $17,000 stipend for graduate students.
Are You Eligible?
You are if you can answer "Yes" to the following questions.
Starting next fall, will you...
- be American citizen?
- be 18 years old or older?
- be able to obtain a security clearance?
- be working towards a degree in Math, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Management?
- willing to complete a concentration in Information Assurance (in addition to your degree), if accepted?
- be willing to work a paid summer internship at a federal agency, while you're a student?
- be willing to work for a federal agency for at least two years after you graduate?
If you're a sophomore...
If you're a senior...
- Is your GPA 3.2 or higher?
- Will you have junior standing at UB next fall?
- Is your GPA 3.5 or higher?
- Will you attend graduate school at UB next fall?