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Round out your college experience by participating in ROTC activities. You can have the best of two worlds, civilian and military, and get a college experience unlike any other. If you're interested in attending college while learning what it takes to become an Army Officer, ROTC may be right for you. In addition to teaching you valuable leadership skills, military training, and discipline, ROTC can also provide you with money for tuition and other expenses through scholarships.
The best part of this leadership development is that your career starts immediately upon graduation as you are commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army and It is as easy to sign up for ROTC as any other elective class on campus. You can take two years of ROTC with no military service obligation.
Requirements:--Be a U.S. citizen
--Be between the ages of 17 and 26
--Be of good moral character
--Meet physical standards (Army APFT)
--Maintain 2.5 Minimum GPA
--Agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Duty or in a Reserve Component (Army Reserve or Army National Guard) for a minimum of four years.
If you're an enlisted Soldier, Army ROTC can help you continue to grow and learn. The Army Green to Gold program provides unique options for Soldiers interested in pursuing baccalaureate degrees and earning commissions as Army Officers.Learn More about the Green-to-Gold program here.
Army ROTC scholarships pay for tuition and academic fees, up to a total of $68,000 for four years. Scholarship winners also receive an annual book allowance, as well as a stipend worth up to $4,000 per academic year. Each year hundreds of students attending colleges nationwide receive ROTC scholarships. ROTC awards them to students studying science, engineering, nursing, and business, as well as a variety of other majors.
For more information:Stop by McAlexander Fieldhouse on campus next to Kerr Administration. -Map-
Call: (541) 737-6904
Email: Brian Harrington, Major
Beaver Battalion Recruiter
High School Students:
Army ROTC cadets are scholars, athletes and leaders. Typically, those who volunteer to serve their nation through Army ROTC are well-rounded students with good grades and strong potential to serve in leadership positions. More than half of them have held office in their cohort class or in the student body. Most are strong potential to serve in leadership positions. Most are National Honor Society members. Many are members of school, church, or private clubs and other organizations, and others are varsity letter winners and varsity team captains. The U.S. Army is looking for achievers with broad interests, leadership ability, and a demonstrated willingness to take on and overcome challenges.High School AROTC Scholarship: Apply Now!
If you're interested in enrolling in Army ROTC and you are in college, you can start by taking an Army ROTC basic elective course. If you have at least two or more years remaining toward your undergraduate degree but not enough time to complete the Basic Course, you can enter the Army ROTC Advanced Course by completing the Leader's Training Course held at Fort Knox, Kentucky, during the summer.