Army ROTC - Scholarship Programs
Each year, the Army offers a variety of full scholarship programs to those young men and women who have demonstrated outstanding academic scholarship and leadership potential. Four-, three-, and two-year scholarships are available to qualified students. Scholarships are competitive and awarded based on the student's merit. The Professor of Military Science receives an allocation of scholarships each year. Scholarships provide full tuition/fees or room/board to both resident and out-of-state students, $1,200 allowance for textbooks and supplies, and a $300 to $500-a-month tax-free stipend. Scholarship students serve either on active duty, in the Army reserves, or Army National Guard.
Students who wish to obtain a commission as an officer but do not want to serve on active duty may request a Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) scholarship. Reserve Forces Duty scholarships are available, but are limited in number. Affiliation with an Army Reserve or Army National Guard unit is required to participate in either the scholarship or nonscholarship program. In this program, students are guaranteed in writing that they will not be placed on active duty and can fulfill their entire commitment in the Army Reserve or Army National Guard.ROTC Credit