The SFS program is administered and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in cooperation with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Students that are awarded a scholarship under this program incur a service obligation to the government upon graduation from UAH and are required to participate in a paid internship during the summer semester. Application Information Due Date: November 1, 2018Process: Application for UAH NSF CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service Those interested in the SFS scholarship should review the application process or contact any of the following: Dr. Tommy Morris: CCRE Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 256.824.6576 Dr. Sara Graves: Professor of Computer Science, email@example.com, 256.824.6064 Dr. Jatinder Gupta: Associate Dean, Business, firstname.lastname@example.org, 256.824.6593 Dr. Sam Yoo: Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, email@example.com, 256.824.6858 Applications for this program are generally solicited in February of each year, with scholarships to begin in the fall semester of that same year. Frequently Asked Questions U.S. Office of Personnel Management Two UAH students selected for prestigious Information Assurance scholarship “The Information Assurance Scholarship program is extremely competitive, so to have two winner from UAH is a testament to the quality of UAH’s students.” – Dr. Tommy Morris, CCRE Director Ten NSF CyberCorps scholarships awarded in program’s fourth year at UAH "UAH has a large number of students across four majors pursuing computing degrees, making it easy to find a cohort of top-notch students for SFS." – Dr. Tommy Morris, CCRE Director 10 UAH students receive NSF CyberCorps scholarships "This is an excellent source of talent for the many Dept. of Defense and federal government organizations in the Huntsville community." – Dr. Tommy Morris, CCRE Director Cyber Private Public Partnership (Cyber P3) Scholarships The Cyber P3 program provides scholarships for Department of Defense Reserve and National Guard soldiers, sailors, and airmen to pursue cybersecurity related degrees at UAH. These scholarships are available for full- and part-time students for academic starts in August of each year. To be eligible for the scholarship you must be in good standing in the Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air National Guard, or Air Force Reserve. Eligible degree programs at UAH include: Bachelors BS Computer Engineering BS Electrical Engineering BS Computer Science BS Mathematics BS Business Administration - Management BS Business Administration - Information Systems Cybersecurity and Information Assurance Concentration Masters MS in Cybersecurity MS in Computer Engineering MS in Computer Science MS in Information Systems MS in Electrical Engineering MS in Software Engineering with Cybersecurity Concentration Doctorates PhD in Electrical Engineering PhD in Computer Engineering PhD in Computer Science More Information Cyber P3 scholarships have a one-year duration, with an option to continue contingent upon continued good standing in the program and receipt of additional program funds. Scholarships include the following items: Full tuition (full or part time) Mandatory or general fees as determined by the institution (optional and miscellaneous fees will not be covered Book allowance Travel funding for one cybersecurity conference per academic year Use of a UAH provided laptop or tablet for coursework and/or electronic books Note: The contents of the scholarship are subject to change. If you are in good standing in the Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air National Guard, or Air Force Reserve, and you would like to apply for a Cyber P3 scholarship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.