Alamo ISSA Chapter Scholarships
- $3,000* scholarship – George “Chip” Meadows Memorial Scholarship. 4-year San Antonio area College or University *The value of this was doubled for 2021 only. In 2022 it will go back to $1500
- Two $1,000 scholarships – 4-year San Antonio area College or University
- Alamo Women’s Scholarship: Focuses on broadening the number of women in the Cybersecurity/Information Security industry.
- Alamo Minority Scholarship: Focuses on broadening the number of underrepresented groups* in the Cybersecurity/Information Security industry. (*Defined as people who self-identify as members of an underrepresented group).
- $500 – 2-year San Antonio area College or University
To be eligible for an ISSA Alamo Chapter scholarship a student must be pursuing a career in computer science with a focus on information security or privacy. The applicant must fulfill the eligibility requirements as established by the ISSA Educational Foundation (ISSAEF) Scholarship Committee and the ISSA Alamo Chapter.
Final selections are determined by the ISSAEF Scholarship Committee members who review and evaluate all materials submitted.
- Recipient will be enrolled in an academic program which demonstrates an interest in Information Security but need not be an ISSA member.
- Enrolled in a college or university program related to Information Security as of the semester/quarter in which the award is received (Fall Term). Below are some of the eligible Colleges and Universities in the San Antonio, Texas area:
- NE Lakeview College www.alamo.edu/nlc/
- NW Vista College www.alamo.edu/nvc/
- Palo Alto College www.alamo.edu/pac/
- St. Philip’s College www.alamo.edu/spc/
- San Antonio College www.alamo.edu/sac/
- Hallmark University www.hallmarkuniversity.edu/
- Incarnate Word www.uiw.edu/
- Trinity new.trinity.edu
- University of Texas at San Antonio www.utsa.edu/
Applicants may apply for any scholarship but can only win the following scholarships one time:
- George “Chip” Meadows Memorial Scholarship
- Alamo Women’s Scholarship
- Alamo Minority Scholarship