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Air Force In-College Scholarship Program

Award Amount
Freshmen are awarded 3-year scholarships. Sophomores are awarded 2-year scholarships. Type II ($18,000/year for tuition and fees, plus $900/year for books and monthly stipend) and Type III scholarships (capped at $9,000/year for tuition and fees and $900/year for books). All scholarships activate the following Fall semester.
Eligibility Criteria

Be a U.S. citizen by the end of the projected term, pass the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT), meet Air Force ROTC weight and body fat standards, pass the Air Force ROTC Physical Fitness Test, have a minimum 2.5 cumulative college GPA, pass a Medical Physical Exam, and be 17-30 years old. See AFROTC website for more detailed requirements.

How to Apply

All application materials will be completed at the Air Force ROTC detachment serving your school. Students are nominated by the Department Commander based on leadership ability, GPA, fitness, and extracurricular participation. Contact the Wright State University AFROTC Detachment 643 at (937) 775-2730.