Meet Your Counselors

  • A group of students in library

ROTC Scholarships

  • Time of Service

    • During time in college (Up to 5 years)
    • May join as a sophomore in college
    • Time of active duty service begins after person finishes degree and the contract equals the number of years the military paid for college. (4-5 years)

     

    Minimum Education Requirements

    • Must be enrolled in a STEM degree program
    • Full-time college student with a college GPA of 2.5
    • Very competitive to get a scholarship. Most scholarships require a higher GPA to get in as a high school student or as a sophomore in college. Must have at least a 1000 on SAT or a 19 on the ACT.
    • Pass Officer bootcamp
    • Pass background/criminal check. Will make some allowances for felonies but it depends on the branch.

     

    Qualifications

    • Accepted into the college of the program & have appropriate grade qualifications
    • Pass the physical fitness and medical tests.
    • Pass background check

     

    Benefits

    • Tuition, Room & Board are paid.
    • Receive a monthly stipend
    • Advising & Tutoring offered on campus
    • After graduation:
    • Starting salary is 3,400 a month
    • Housing allowance
    • Uniform allowance 1x
    • Insurance, Life Insurance, and Retirement package
    • Tuition assistance up to $4500 a year while in the service.
    • GI Bill
    • GI Loan
    • Grants/low interest loans to start business
    • Medical/Life Insurance/Dental/Eye for self/dependents

     

    Considerations

    • Not to be mistaken for JROTC
    • Make decision to sign military contract during Jr. Year of college. If don’t need to pay back govt. for school.
    • Active Duty-move every 3 years
    • Can be deployed for multiple tours
    • May use GI Bill for dependents