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So you want to be a nurse?  The Army is always looking for medical personnel. 

In addition to military science courses and your regular nursing classes, ROTC Nurse scholarship recipients gain valuable experience through the Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP). 

Whether you want to specialize in a particular area or start your career as a generalist, you must be able to direct others, especially in emergency situations.  Army Nurse Corps Officers are leaders and managers.  Military skill training is a vital part of the ROTC Nurse Program because it teaches the fundamentals of teamwork and group dynamics.  Once you commission as an officer in the Army Nurse Corps, you will have the opportunities to apply for specialty courses.  To learn more about Specialty training, click on the ROTC Nursing Opportunities link or the Nurse Corps Overview link below.

Nursing scholarships are available for one, two, or three years.  For more information, visit the following website:

Army ROTC Nursing Scholarships


School of Nursing, Ball State University




Click here to visit Ball State University's School of Nursing online.

Dolores Ratcliffe graduated from Ball State University's School of Nursing in 1989.  You can read about her experience as an Army Nurse in her story by clicking on the military base pictured on the Nurses' Stories page.







For more information, contact MAJ Timothy Cummins at 1(800) 552-7721

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