ROTC Scholarships
Are an Attractive Option

ROTC scholarships for the service-minded are appealing:

  • Full paid tuition, stipends for books and allowance for personal spending while in school.
  • No college loans hanging over your head upon graduation.
  • Wide choice of educational programs that fit your desired career path.
  • Ample choice of locations for college and service branches.
  • Leadership, training and service experiences can set you apart from your peers in a competitive private sector job market.

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While choosing a college is one of the most important decisions, participation as an ROTC student can be a life changer. Weigh your decision carefully.

  • Service commitments upon graduation are typically for 4 years. Be sure you have chosen a good fit for the type of assignments and mission your service branch fulfills.
  • The average college student changes majors four times. Changing your mind is significantly different with ROTC. Succesful ROTC students understand the rigor, mind set and commitment it takes to succeed. Be sure you understand the specific rules and outcomes from withdrawing from the program BEFORE committing.
  • Summers are not yours. While your non-ROTC college friends may be enjoying a summer off, you are participating in required courses. Locations vary.

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What Clients Are Saying

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