Welcome to Wright State University
Raider AROTC Battalion - developing leaders for our country's
WSU Raider Battalion promotes ROTC
leadership development by actively recruiting, retaining and
training qualified cadets focused on Scholars,
Athletes, and Leaders--for commissioning in Active,
Reserve and National Guard components of the United States Army
to provide selfless service to the nation and support the JROTC
program in developing better citizens, future leaders and
community support. Click on the links or call us to find
out more information.
ROTC and Wright State University offer a variety of merit-based
scholarships and incentives for AROTC cadets. Currently every Junior
and Senior WSU AROTC student receives a tax-free stipend of $450 or $500 per
month, respectively. Many freshmen and sophomore scholarship cadets receive a
full financial aid package worth over $14,000 per year.
scholarships and incentives pay for:
Tuition and all required fees
$1200 per year for books (cadets receive $400 per quarter except nursing cadets receive full amount in the fall quarter)
A monthly tax-free tiered stipend starting at $300.00
for freshman that increases each subsequent year with seniors receiving $500
per month during the school year
Here is a guide which contains information for prospective
students on how to apply for scholarships and
provides an overview of the Army ROTC experience.
guide for prospective students
Here is a
link for those already in the program that wish to apply for
housing through Army ROTC.
Wright State University
328 Fawcett Hall
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435-0001
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