CyberCorps(R): Scholarship for Service (SFS) program

Davenport University received a five-year, $4 million grant to educate and train the next generation of cybersecurity experts.

The CyberCorps(R): Scholarship for Service (SFS) program provides Davenport University junior and senior students full-tuition scholarships, living stipends and additional monies for professional development and other education-related fees. Participating students will work in a cybersecurity role at a federal, state or local government organization following graduation. 

Davenport University is recognized as a National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD) by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

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Scholarship Benefits

  • Academic-year stipends of $25,000 per year for undergraduate students and $34,000 per year for graduate students
  • Tuition and education-related fees (does not include items such as meal plans, housing, or parking)
  • Professional allowance of $4,000 for SFS Job Fair and other travel, professional certification, etc.
  • Participation in virtual and in-person job fairs in Washington, D.C.
  • Post-graduation government service requirement for a period equivalent to the length of scholarship

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Application Deadline

2020 - 2021

Initial application is due February 3rd at 5:00 pm

All other supporting materials are due February 14th at 5:00 pm

NEW Student Application 2020 - 2021

Submit Application to:  

Lonnie Decker, Department Chair
Networking & Information Assurance
3555 E Patrick Rd
Midland, MI  48642

Information Sessions

To learn more about this scholarship, we invite you to attend an information session in Grand Rapids, Lansing or online. 

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1921840. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.