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Army ROTC Scholarships

Requirements for Four Year Scholarships and Two-Three Year Scholarships.

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Army ROTC is the single largest source of scholarship money in the United States. Each year, the Army awards millions of dollars in scholarships to thousands of deserving students nationwide.

The Army awards scholarships based on applicant merit, not on financial need. Four-, three-, and two-year scholarships are available to qualified students.

High school seniors may be awarded either a four- or three-year advanced designee scholarship. College freshmen and sophomores can apply for either a three- or two-year scholarship respectively. Scholarships should be requested between March 1st and Novemeber 1st.


Requirements for ROTC Scholarship

4 Year

(Starting as a freshman)

2 & 3 Year

(Finished one year of college)

United States Citizen
Between the ages of 17 and 26
Take the SAT or ACT before November of the year you apply.
Score minimum of 920 on the SAT (math/verbal) or 19 on the ACT (excluding the required writing test scores)
High School / College GPA of at least 2.5
Participate in leadership, extracurricular and athletic activities.(Part time jobs earn substitute credit)
High School diploma or equivalent
Pursue an Army-approved academic major
Agree to accept a commission as either a US Army, Army Reserve, or Army National Guard Officer
Meet physical standards
Meet the cumulative grade point average in all academic courses
Be recommended by the Professor of Military Science (PMS)



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