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Army ROTC Scholarships

Here are some of the Army ROTC scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.

Verizon Scholarships

U.S. citizenship required; disabled, military veteran/ROTC program preferred. Preferred list of schools include: University of Puerto Rico, Cornell, Penn State, Rutgers-New Brunswick, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, University of Southern California, University of South Florida, Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Purdue, CUNY-City College, Villanova. 10 @ $3,000.

Army Three- and Two-Year Scholarships

You must meet the following general eligibility requirements to receive an Army ROTC scholarship. - Be a United States Citizen - Be 17 years of age by October 1 of your freshman year and younger than 23 on June 30 of that year. (In addition you must not reach your 27th birthday by June 30 of year in which you will graduate from college and receive your commission). If you have prior active duty military service you may be eligible for extension of this age requirement - the age is extended one year for each one year of military service. The maximum extension is four years which means you must be under 30 years of age on June 30 of the year you will graduate and receive your degree. - Be accepted as a sophomore (for a three-year award) or a junior (for a two-year award) with three or two years remaining for completion of a baccalaureate degree. - Have a 2.5 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale on all previous college work. - Have a GT score of 115 or higher. - Have no moral obligation or personal conviction that will prevent you from: 1) Supporting and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies - foreign and domestic. 2) Conscientiously bearing arms. - Satisfactorily explain any record of arrest and/or civil conviction.

ROTC Scholarship - Hood College

The ROTC Scholarship is awarded to students who receive a full-tuition scholarship from Army ROTC for study at Hood College. This award covers room and board costs. The ROTC Scholarship replaces any previously-awarded Hood scholarship (Hodson Trust, Presidential, Trustee, Dean’s, Achievement).

Army ROTC Scholarships

These scholarships are for outstanding young men and women enrolled in the ROTC program. This program is offered to Loyola students in cooperation with the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prospective candidates must be admitted to Loyola by February 15. For more information, contact Major Tom MacMillin at:773-508-8530; or e-mail: tmacmillin@luc.edu.Students who receive an ROTC scholarship are also awarded a grant by Loyola to be used for room and board expenses. Students must file the FAFSA to be considered for this grant. ROTC benefits are incorporated into students' total aid eligibility. Eligibility for other types of educational assistance may be impacted as a result of receiving ROTC benefits.

Army ROTC Four-Year Nursing Scholarship

You must meet the following general eligibility requirements to receive an Army ROTC scholarship. - Be a United States Citizen - Be 17 years of age by October 1 of your freshman year and younger than 23 on June 30 of that year. (In addition you must not reach your 27th birthday by June 30 of year in which you will graduate from college and receive your commission). If you have prior active duty military service you may be eligible for extension of this age requirement - the age is extended one year for each one year of military service. The maximum extension is 4 years which means you must be under 30 years of age on June 30 of the year you will graduate and receive your degree. - Be a high school graduate or possess an equivalent certificate before September of your college freshman year. If you are taking or have taken college courses, you must be considered a beginning Freshman and have four academic years remaining for a baccalaureate degree upon enrollment in the fall of your college freshman year. - If you are in an accelerated program and will complete your senior year of high school and first year of college concurrently, you must have 4 academic years remaining in an approved baccalaureate degree program upon enrollment in the fall of the combined academic year. - If you are a college freshman in a documented five-year program with four years remaining before graduation, you must submit verification from your university that your course of study is a five-year program and that you will have four full years remaining. Contact the Army Professor of Military Science at your university for a copy of a planned program worksheet. - Have no moral obligation or personal conviction that will prevent you from: 1) Supporting and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies - foreign and domestic. 2) Conscientiously bearing arms. - Satisfactorily explain any record of arrest and/or civil conviction. - Have a minimum high school GPA of 2.5. - Receive at least a minimum SAT score of 920 or an ACT composite score of 19. - Agree to accept a commission in the United States Army. - Meet required physical standards.

Army ROTC Four-Year Scholarship Program

You must meet the following general eligibility requirements to receive an Army ROTC scholarship. - Be a United States Citizen - Be 17 years of age by October 1 of your freshman year and younger than 23 on June 30 of that year. (In addition you must not reach your 27th birthday by June 30 of year in which you will graduate from college and receive your commission). If you have prior active duty military service you may be eligible for extension of this age requirement - the age is extended one year for each one year of military service. The maximum extension is 4 years which means you must be under 30 years of age on June 30 of the year you will graduate and receive your degree. - Be a high school graduate or possess an equivalent certificate before September of your college freshman year. If you are taking or have taken college courses, you must be considered a beginning Freshman and have four academic years remaining for a baccalaureate degree upon enrollment in the fall of your college freshman year. - If you are in an accelerated program and will complete your senior year of high school and first year of college concurrently, you must have 4 academic years remaining in an approved baccalaureate degree program upon enrollment in the fall of the combined academic year. - If you are a college freshman in a documented five-year program with four years remaining before graduation, you must submit verification from your university that your course of study is a five-year program and that you will have four full years remaining. Contact the Army Professor of Military Science at your university for a copy of a planned program worksheet. - Have no moral obligation or personal conviction that will prevent you from: 1) Supporting and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies - foreign and domestic. 2) Conscientiously bearing arms. - Satisfactorily explain any record of arrest and/or civil conviction. - Have a minimum high school GPA of 2.5. - Receive at least a minimum SAT score of 920 or an ACT composite score of 19. - Agree to accept a commission in the United States Army. - Meet required physical standards.

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