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College Students

Scholarships for College Students.

Scholarships are also available to students who are currently enrolled in college. Scholarships can pay full-tuition or $10,000 for room and board. The length of scholarship can be anywhere between 3.5 and 2.0 years.

Three-Year Scholarship

  • If you wish to earn a scholarship, your best bet is to join ROTC and become as actively engaged as possible and state your intent to earn a scholarship
  • The ROTC cadre assess your leadership potential to determine eligibility for a scholarship
  • ROTC cadre will be looking for:
    • High college GPA
    • Dedication to ROTC program
    • Top performance in ROTC classes and labs
    • Excellent Army Physical Fitness Test scores
    • Ability to be medically qualified
  • Earning the scholarship will get you:
    • Three years of full-tuition
    • $1200/yr for books
    • Monthly Stipend
      • Sophomore- $350/mo
      • Junior- $450/mo
      • Senior- $500/mo
  • You will owe the Army a minimum 8 years of service which can be fulfilled in one of two ways:
    • 4 years in full-time active duty service, followed by 4 years of inactive reserve service
    • 8 years of part-time National Guard / Army Reserve
  • Three year scholarships will allow you to be competitive to serve in the active duty Army after commissioning and graduation, however, you can still choose to serve in the National Guard or Army Reserve
  • For students who know that they do not want to compete for active duty, and also know that they do not want a combat MOS, The Army Reserve Minuteman scholarship allows for broadened options.
    • This scholarship will lock you into the Army reserves
    • The full tuition and fees coverage can be changed to $10,000/yr for room and board instead.

    Two-Year Scholarships

      • If you wish to earn a scholarship, your best bet is to join ROTC and become as actively engaged as possible and state your intent to earn a scholarship
      • The ROTC cadre will rate you against the peers in your year group to determine who will be awarded the scholarship.
      • ROTC cadre will be looking for:
        • High college GPA
        • Dedication to ROTC program
        • Top performance in ROTC classes and labs
        • Excellent Army Physical Fitness Test scores
        • Ability to be medically qualified
      • Earning the scholarship will get you:
        • Three years of full-tuition
        • $1200/yr for books
        • Monthly Stipend
          • Junior- $450/mo
          • Senior- $500/mo
      • Two-year scholarships can also come with the additional condition that you will not be allowed to compete for active duty. Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty scholarships will lock you into the Army National Guard or Army Reserves, making it a great option for those cadets who know they want to have a civilian career after college
      • For students who know that they do not want to compete for active duty, and also know that they do not want a combat MOS, The Army Reserve Minuteman scholarship allows for broadened options.
      • This scholarship will lock you into the Army reserves
      • The full tuition and fees coverage can be changed to $10,000/yr for room and board instead.
      • For students who know that they do not want active duty, but may want a combat MOS, they can apply for an Army National Guard Minuteman Scholarship, which gives the same benefits as the other scholarships, but locks you into the Army National guard