Army ROTC scholarships pay for tuition and academic fees for up to four years. Scholarship winners also receive an annual book allowance, as well as a stipend worth up to $4,200 per academic year. Each year hundreds of students attending colleges nationwide receive ROTC scholarships. ROTC awards them to students studying science, engineering, nursing, and business, as well as a variety of other majors.
- 100% Tuition and Fees -OR- Room and Board ($10k per year max)
- $1,200 Book Allowance (per year)
- $420 Monthly Stipend (tax free / 10 months per year)
High School Students:
Army ROTC cadets are scholars, athletes and leaders. Typically, those who volunteer to serve their nation through Army ROTC are well-rounded students with good grades and strong potential to serve in leadership positions. More than half of them have held office in their cohort class or in the student body. Most are strong potential to serve in leadership positions. Most are National Honor Society members. Many are members of school, church, or private clubs and other organizations, and others are varsity letter winners and varsity team captains. The U.S. Army is looking for achievers with broad interests, leadership ability, and a demonstrated willingness to take on and overcome challenges.
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The Army sponsors 2- and 3- year scholarships. These scholarships are merit based and awarded to college students that excel as scholars, athletes and leaders. Army ROTC does not require a specific major to join the program. For more details, please contact the Recruiting Operations Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-737-6904.
Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP):
The Simultaneous Membership Program allows you to attend Army ROTC and serve in the U.S. Army Reserve or Army National Guard at the same time. It gives you an opportunity for additional training and experience. Cadets serve as Officer trainees in the Reserve or National Guard while completing college. You can earn Reserve/Guard pay and benefits in addition to your Army ROTC allowances.