ASIS members and students in security studies are encouraged to seek financial support for their professional education and career development.
Allan J. Cross Award supports members to pursue ASIS certifications. The scholarship provides an online certification review course for 20 members.Applicants must obtain chapter endorsement to be eligible.
The ASIS Foundation/Military Liaison Council (MLC) Certification Scholarship was established in 2012 to provide an opportunity for ASIS members who actively serve in military service to pursue ASIS board certification. Scholarships cover the expenses of application, preparation (online review and reference materials), and testing for the CPP or PSP credential. Now open to those serving in the reserves or National Guard.
The ASIS Foundation/Transitions Ad Hoc Council Law Enforcement Certification Scholarship was established in 2015 to provide an opportunity for ASIS members who actively serve in law enforcement to pursue ASIS board certification. Scholarships cover the expenses of application, preparation (online review and reference materials), and testing for a ASIS Board Certification.
University of Phoenix awards 5 scholarships on offer through the Foundation. Each scholarship will allow a prospective student the opportunity to complete any undergraduate or master’s degree program that will further a career in the security field.
(ASIS Foundation-Webster University Scholarships)
Webster University awards two full-tuition scholarships to two ASIS members to complete a graduate degree in Business and Organizational Security Management.
Timothy J. Walsh APC I Award pays the tuition, transportation, and hotel costs for a member to attend an ASIS Assets Protection Course (APC) I.