When available, ROTC scholarship cadets receive the following;

  • Full tuition including books and fees
  • Monthly STIPEND; $420
  • No out-of-state tuition
  • Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP); earn E5 pay while earning your degree
  • Dorm scholarships offered when available
  • Reservist and Veterans receive up to 15 credits hours (Service-to-country Scholarship Guardsmen)
  • Voyager Scholarship; enrolled Combat Vets receive 100% tuition

Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty (GRFD) Scholarship

The GRFD Scholarship is for individuals with prior military service and would like to obtain a commission in the Army Reserve. These 2-year or 3-year scholarships allow cadets to receive scholarship benefits. Candidates are selected for curricular accomplishment, not for financial need. If you receive a GRFD, you’re required to enroll in an ROTC course and enlist in the Army Reserve in the Simultaneous Membership Program if you’re not currently a member. Upon graduation, you must accept a commission, complete the Officer Basic Course and serve a specified time in the Army Reserve or National Guard.

Minuteman Scholarship

This scholarship covers full tuition and fees or $10,000 for room and board in return for a service commitment. Scholarship recipients may also be eligible for a yearly book allowance of up to $1,200 and a monthly $420 living stipend. In order to qualify for this program, you must be a high school or current college student. You must also be willing to agree to a service commitment. As part of the Simultaneous Membership Program, Minuteman Scholarship recipients will earn a salary and train with an Army Reserve or National Guard unit. Similar to the GRFD scholarship, however you are committed to the state in which you receive your scholarship.