The Army Reserve
Officer Training Corps (ROTC) has many benefits including
financial assistance for college, monthly stipends, and
eligibility for other military benefits such as use of the Army
& Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES),
insurance coverage (Veterans'
Affairs), and military discounts at participating
commercial businesses (such as hotels, restaurants, etc.).
Already in the National Guard or Army
Reserve? Click here to learn about the
Interested in joining the Army
National Guard or Army Reserves? Check out their websites below.
SFC Gullett for answers to questions or concerns.
The department of Military Science/ROTC is proud to announce
the development of a new scholarship, DEFENDING FREEDOM.NET Scholarship,
beginning in fall 2006. The scholarship is made available thanks to
the generosity of the Nevada Benefits Foundation. Please click on the
link below for more information on this worthy cause.
For More Information, call
1-800-552-7721 to speak with a member of our cadre.
ROTC is always looking for
within the community. If you meet our criteria, you may be
eligible for an Army ROTC scholarship!
offers several scholarships ranging from two years to four
years. High school seniors may apply for a four-year
scholarship online by clicking on this
Online Scholarship Application.
These scholarships cover costs of tuition and include an
allowance to cover costs of books.
To qualify, you must:
Be a U.S. Citizen between the ages of
Score a minimum of 920 on
the SAT or 19 on the ACT
Maintain a minimum GPA of
2.5 on a 4.0 scale
Pass an Army physical
Pass an Army Physical
Fitness Test (APFT) by the end of your first semester in the
program after the scholarship is awarded.
For more information,
visit the GoArmy.com
ROTC Scholarship page.
Nursing Scholarships are also available.
Cadets also receive monthly stipends!
Juniors receive $400/month.
Seniors receive $500/month.
Not all benefits are monetary. Cadets learn the
art leadership, gain experience and develop their self-confidence.
Graduates receive a Presidential appointment to serve in the United
States Army as a Second-Lieutenant. As an officer in the United
States Army, you will have the opportunities to enjoy additional
benefits including, but not limited to:
- Low cost world-wide travel
- 30 days annual vacation
- Initial pay higher than the average starting
salary for college graduates
- Opportunities to pursue higher education paid
for by the Army
"But what's my obligation", you ask?
By accepting an Army ROTC Scholarship, you
will serve an initial active duty obligation of four
years. You may also serve in the Army National Guard or the
Army Reserve. (Enrolling in the 100-200 level Military Science
courses or attending the Army ROTC Basic Course do not commit you to
any term of service unless you have accepted an Army ROTC
For more information about
terms of service, contact
SFC Gullett at
765-285-1637 or 1
For more information, contact
SFC Gullett at 1(800) 552-7721
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