On what basis are scholarship winners chosen?

ROTC Scholarships are not based on financial need.  Instead, they’re awarded on merit.  Merit is exhibited in academic achievement and extracurricular activities, such as sports, student government or part-time work.

Can only scholarship winners enroll in ROTC?

No.  Anyone can enroll in ROTC.  And regardless of whether you’re a scholarship winner or not, all ROTC books, supplies and equipment are furnished at no cost to you.

How often are Army ROTC scholarships awarded?

The National Board Scholarships are awarded once a year.  However, there are other types of ROTC scholarships that are awarded through-out the year for qualified full time participating students.  Also, once a full time college student two, three, and sometimes four year scholarships come available.

How do students benefit from Army ROTC?

In college and after graduation, Cadets find that the training and experience that they have received are assets – whether pursuing an Army or civilian career.  Employers place high regard on the management and leadership skills that ROTC instructors stress.  Plus, ROTC looks great on a Resume.  When Cadets complete the ROTC course, upon graduation, they become commissioned officers in the US Army.

When do I contract into the Army ROTC program?

Only students that are pre-qualified can contract as an Army ROTC Cadet and start receiving financial benefits in addition to their leadership development.  This is normally done at the start of your college junior year or upon earning a scholarship.

How do I learn more about Army ROTC & Scholarship opportunities if I am still in high school?

Visit www.armyrotc.com or www.wright.edu/army-rotc and talk with the WSU AROTC Department, 328 Fawcett Hall, (937) 775-2581/ 2763.