Bring WiCyS to your School!

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Student chapter bylaws HERE

Student Chapter guidelines HERE

Gather together your school’s community of students in cybersecurity! Your efforts can help decrease the gender disparity in the field, while providing support, mentorship, training, networking opportunities and access to industry and academic leaders. 

With WiCyS student chapters, you’ll undertake activities to promote recruitment, retention and advancement of women students in cybersecurity. At least one Chapter representative will be awarded a student scholarship to attend the WiCyS Annual Conference to share your Chapter’s experience.* Through the annual WiCyS Chapter report, you’ll share information helpful to others about your activities. 

Start your own WiCyS Student Chapter at your school or college! Find out more and apply below.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to space constraints at WiCyS 2019 Annual Conference, only representatives from Student Chapters that were created by November 1, 2018 will receive a scholarship to attend WiCyS 2019.


  • California State U

  • Chicago State U

  • Florida International University

  • Henry Ford College

  • Highline College

  • Hofstra U

  • Iowa State U

  • Ivy Tech Community College

  • John Logan CC

  • Johns Hopkins U 

  • Johnson-Wales U

  • Kean U

  • Lewis-Clark C

  • McKendree University 

  • Mississippi State U

  • Northeastern U

  • Pace U

  • Padua Academy

  • Penn State U

  • Prince George's Community College

  • Purdue U

  • Salve Regina U

  • Southern Illinois U

  • St. Cloud State U

  • Tennessee Tech U

  • Texas State U

  • U of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign

  • U of Maine at Augusta

  • University of North Carolina Charlotte

  • U of Tampa

  • U of Utah

  • UT-Dallas

  • Westchester SUNY Community College

  • W Washington U

  • Whatcom CC