If you are looking for your High School Juniors / Seniors then there is a potential for them to receive up to 4 years of scholarship to go to college. If they are interested in going to college, obtaining their undergraduate degree, interested in serving as a Commissioned Second Lieutenant earning as much as up to $58,000 right out of college, then please read the attachments and this email.
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- The Army ROTC offers a wide range of scholarship opportunities from 4yr, 3.5yr, 3yr, 2.5yr, and 2 year scholarships.
- Scholarships can be used to pay TUITION and FEES or ROOM AND BOARD for $5,000 per semester ($10,000 per SY) – The scholarships as well pay the student $600 a semester for books ($1200 per SY), and once you contract you will get a monthly stipend dependent upon what academic level you are in college (Freshman - $300, Sophomore - $350, Junior - $450, and Seniors get $500 a month to spend that can be used for whatever the student needs.
***If the student receives an Army ROTC Scholarship and attends either AUM or TROY will receive a room scholarship directly from the university once they sign the Army contract.
- HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP – The Four-Year and Three-Year High School Scholarship is for high school students planning on attending a four-year college program. This scholarship opens up to the Junior transitioning into their Senior year. This opens the summer before they start their Senior year. This year the site opened 11 June 2018.
High School National Scholarship Link: https://www.goarmy.com/rotc/high-school-students/four-year-scholarship.html
- CAMPUS BASED SCHOLARSHIPS – These are offered directly by the Commander of the ROTC program at the campus they attend.
- The student can qualify up to 3.5 years of scholarship for those in a S.T.E.M degree that are classified by the Army per its needs, has a high freshman Fall semester CGPA (3.5 or higher), and shows a high degree of motivation.
- Generally most of the Campus Based Scholarships that are offered by the program are those that will start the Fall of the students sophomore year. This allows for the student to have a year of college to show the Professor of Military Science (Commander) that this is truly what they desire to do.
- MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS – The Health Care Professional Programs (HCPP) is a program that fall under the Army’s Medical Detachment (AMEDD) which is designed to find and recruit highly qualified students that are seeking to practice medicine as Doctors, Specialty Nursing, Dentistry, and to many more specialty fields to list. These scholarships will pay for you with no cap but does come with a higher commitment for military service. To see all the listings and the how to qualify visit the link below:
Health Care Professional Programs Link: https://www.goarmy.com/amedd/education/health-care-professional-programs.html
- GUARANTEED RESERVE FORCE DUTY SCHOLARSHIP (GRFD) and MINUTEMAN SCHOLARSHIP -
- GRFD and the Dedicated GRFD - The GRFD program is designed for cadets who are only interested in obtaining a commission in the U.S. Army Reserves or Army National Guard with a guarantee for a Reserve Component (RC) assignment. Scholarships cover full tuition and mandatory fees or room and board up to $10,000, and range in length up to 3 years. Scholarship awardees also receive a book allowance and a monthly stipend based on their academic year. GRFD Cadets also receive weekend drill and annual training pay as participants in the Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) which means they will attend a Battle Training Assembly (BTA) one weekend per month and a two week annual training. Please visit the link below for more information.
- MINUTEMAN SCHOLARSHIPS – This Scholarship is specifically designed to attract those who ONLY want to serve in Reserves or National Guard upon graduating from college. If these students have a 3.0 CGPA, 19 - 24 ACT, No fines over $250 (waiverable depending on situation), can pass an Army Medical Physical, and are a US CITIZEN? These students may qualify for a 3year scholarship. If they have a 3.5 or higher CGPA and a 25 or higher ACT you may qualify for a 4 year Minuteman Scholarship
GRFD and the Minuteman Scholarship Link:
National Guard Component http://www.cadetcommand.army.mil/arng.aspx
Reserve Component: http://www.cadetcommand.army.mil/reserve.aspx
If you are interested and would like to hear more about our program, please call us at our main office number at (334)670-5623. You can stop by as well at 1255 Bell Road, Montgomery, 36117.
Army Web that discusses more in depth about Army ROTC and the many Career opportunities - www.goarmy.com
Army Physical Fitness Standards - http://usmilitary.about.com/od/army/a/afpt.htm