Four, three, and two-year scholarships are available to qualified students and are awarded solely on the basis of merit and demonstrated excellence. No test of financial need is applied. General application requirements include:
~ Strong academic credentials
~ A broad background in co-curricular and community support activities
~ A GPA of 2.5 or higher
~ An SAT of 920 or ACT of 19 or higher (for High School applicants only)
~ Satisfactory explanation of any record of arrest and/or civil conviction, and absence of any moral obligation or personal conviction that would prohibit conscientiously bearing arms and supporting the U.S. Constitution.
Applicants must also pass a Department of Defense Medical Examination (DoDMERB) and meet the entry-level standards of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) within their first semester at college.
High School Students: January 10th of senior year
College Students: Semester prior to receiving benefits (contact the ROTC cadre)
Military Personnel (Green to Gold): April 1 (for Fall entry) and October 1 (for Spring entry)
On-line applications for national 4-year/3-year Advanced Designee Army ROTC scholarships (high school applicants) are available through the Army ROTC website
For more information on scholarships available to college students, contact our Enrollment Officer, Keith Karbel, at (610) 490-7035, firstname.lastname@example.org