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Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP)










As a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education, (CAEIAE) Regis University is pleased to offer current and prospective students the opportunity to apply for scholarships which include work with the DoD (Department of Defense) in the field of Information Assurance.

RU was awarded the CAEIAE Status in June of 2007. The designation as a Center of Academic Excellence allows us to participate in the scholarship process. The Center is pleased to announce the reception of our second scholarship student who is pursuing a Master's in IA. In addition to pursuing his studies, he will research the use of portal technology in IA Security.

Benefits of the IASP scholarship for RU students:
Rising Junior and Senior undergraduates and Master's degree graduate student IASP recipients receive full tuition and fees, a stipend, books, and summer internships at designated agencies for one year. Students must work at least one year full time for the DoD after graduation, for every year that the scholarship is received. The scholarship is renewable in one-year extensions through a yearly competitive application. Detailed information is available for all applicants at this web site: U.S. Department of Defense's IASP web site

The 2013 IASP scholarship is now available for students to download and apply.  The application is found at the IASP Scholarship dropdown box under the application drop down tab.

Current Regis University students:

Who may apply?

Students who are not currently employed by the DoD or the federal government and who are enrolled in or applying to universities designated as CAEs, such as Regis University, may apply.  Scholarships for students are provided for Bachelor’s (Junior and Senior year only), Master’s and Doctoral students in IA-related disciplines.

Examples of majors that qualify students for the scholarship program:

· Business Management or Administration

· Network and Computer Forensics

· Application Programming

· Computer Science

· Cryptography

· Systems or Business Analysis

· Database Administration

· Information Assurance

· Information Security

· Mathematics

· Risk Management

· Software Engineering

· Systems/Network Administration and Operations

· IT audit

· Web Security


Students who will be junior or senior undergraduates or Master's students at Regis University in the Fall of 2013 are eligible to apply for the Fall, 2013 IASP (Information Assurance Scholarship Program) Scholarship sponsored by the Department of Defense. Regis students may download, fill out and submit to the Director of the RU Center on IA Studies the IASP application for review by the scholarship committee. The application period is now open the application is due January 18, 2013. The students who appy for the Fall 2013 start will be informed of the DoD's decision in May, 2013.

NDU/IRMC students and Current Military students are also eligible to apply for the IASP scholarship. The deadline for military students was December 31, 2012 . NDU and IRMC student's application was due December 31, 2012.

Additional scholarship opportunities for current and applying RU students are available under Resources on the main menu bar, or by clicking here: Other scholarships. These scholarships are separate and distinct from the IASP program; students can apply for one or the other but not both programs. Current federal government contractors and employees can apply for DoD scholarships available to current and applying students. If you are currently in the Military you can apply to attend RU as an IASP student through your education officer. Students attending NDU (National Defense University)/ IRMC (Information Resource Management College) can finish their Master's degrees at RU by transferring up to 15 credit hours into the Master's program.

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