can offer you a variety of different
scholarships that will fit your needs. Each
scholarship will cover: tuition, required fees,
$900/year for textbooks, and a monthly stipend.
* 4-Year High School Senior
* Scholarship interview dates - contact us to
set up an interview.
More Scholarship Information!
Three Year Scholarship
* Three year campus based
Two Year Scholarship
* Two Year Campus Based
* Guaranteed Reserve Forces
If nursing is your professional goal, there is
no better place to begin your career than Army
ROTC. Army ROTC offers you a unique opportunity
to gain practical experience while you receive
financial assistance for college. Nursing majors
compete for 2-, 3-, or 4-year scholarships.
ROTC enhances your undergraduate nursing
education or graduate nursing education by
providing the unique leadership and management
training, along with the practical experience
needed for success, either in the Army or in a
civilian career. You will develop your
professional skills while you learn some
meaningful things about yourself and what you
can accomplish. You will also develop leadership
skills, self-confidence, flexibility, and
adaptability while having fun.
You will be ready to take on the challenges of
your profession in one of the Army hospitals in
the U.S., Germany, or Korea.
As an officer, you'll have the opportunity to
lead, advance professionally, obtain specialized
training, work with the latest medical
technology, and serve with other highly trained
medical personnel as an important member of the
health care team.
Army ROTC is where is starts for the future
leaders of the Army Nurse Corps. Take advantage
of the ROTC edge.
Scholarship Students: 2, 3, and 4 year scholarships are available to nursing students. All scholarships provide:
- Full Tuition & Fees
- Books: $1,200 per year.
- Personal spending money (stipend): $300-$500 per month, tax-free, during the school
year (up to $4,000 per year)
- Reimbursable Expenses:
Clinical Nursing Fees
and Clinical Supplies
NCLEX-RN Review Course
NCLEX-RN Testing Fee.
Criteria for Scholarships:
- United States Citizen
- High School Graduate with a Minimum GPA of 2.5
- Minimum SAT of 920 or ACT of 19
- Physically fit and medically qualified
- Under 31
years of age on 31 December of the college graduation year
- Good moral character
Non-Scholarship Students: Students can participate in ROTC without a scholarship and will receive $450-500 per month (up to $4,000 per year) during their junior and senior years.”
Green to Gold
The Green to Gold
Scholarship is for active duty Soldiers who have
are toward the end of their initial enlistment.
These scholarships are available for a duration
of 2,3 or 4 years. The deadline for applying for
the Green to Gold is April 1st for the upcoming
academic year. Active Duty Service Members may
also apply for the Green to Gold Non-Scholarship
Option or through the new Green to Gold Active
Military Participation Program (SMP)
The objective of the ROTC Simultaneous
Membership Program is to provide more ROTC
graduates for the National Guard. The SMP
Program allows cadets to serve as officers in
the National Guard while in college. As an SMP
you will participate in drill with your unit one
weekend a month and two weeks during the summer
with pay and benefits. After graduation the
cadet can remain with his Guard unit or accept
an active duty position.
Benefits of SMP:
Receive experience and serve in a TPU as a
company grade officer.
Compete to receive a Guaranteed Reserve Forces
Duty (GFRD) contract if desired. Non-scholarship
students may request GRFD contract, and if
approved, are assured they will have reserve
component unit duty only.
Qualify for up to 100% tuition, based on in-state tuition
For Soldiers and officers who have an existing student
loan obligation at the time of enlistment in the Guard, the
Student Loan Repayment Program (SLRP) may pay up to $50,000 for
Receive pay as an E-5. An E-5 (2 year of service) is entitled to
$279 for two days of drill each month. An SMP participant who
performs 12 weekend drills per year could earn $3,348.
Receive a ROTC subsistence allowance of $350
juniors/$400 seniors per month for 10 month
($3,500 to $4,000 per year)
Receive Advance ROTC Camp cadet pay during the summer of your junior year (approximately $700)