Financing a student’s education is always a consideration. The Army awarded scholarships to more than 40 percent of the ROTC students in the Fox Valley Battalion.
The ROTC scholarship provide full tuition, textbooks, lab fees and living expenses (vary per year of student). The private schools offer additional financial assistance for our scholarship winners as well.
The program offers two, three and four-year scholarships to prospective students and students on campus. 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. Army ROTC scholarships are based on applicant merit, not financial need.
Scholarship funding is available for students in two, three or four-year increments, depending on the time projected to graduate. High school seniors may compete for four-year scholarships.
College freshmen and sophomores can apply for and be awarded either a three or two-year scholarship respectively.
In exchange for a commitment to ROTC training and agreeing to a subsequent appointment as a commissioned officer in the active Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard, the student is guaranteed the following scholarship benefits:
- Cash stipend of $420 per month for a maximum of ten (10) months per school year
- Full tuition at any of the colleges within our battalion.
- Room and board allowances at selected colleges for qualified students
- Book fees to a maximum of $1,200 per year
- Payment of any fees associated with course offerings.
High school students interested, please create an account to fill out an application for a 4-year scholarship. If you are not redirected to the website; the address is http://www.goarmy.com/rotc/high_school_students.jsp.
On campus, scholarship applicants contact us by filling out the information fields shown when you click on the “Contact Us” button on the header above.