Which colleges have NROTC programs?
University of California, Los Angeles.
How do you get into NROTC college program?
Program Entrance Requirements
- U.S. Citizenship, a Naturalized U.S. Citizen or in process of becoming a Naturalized U.S. Citizen.
- Not less than 17 years old and not yet 23 by September 1 of the year starting college.
- Must not have reached 27th birthday upon graduation and commissioning.
Is NROTC hard to get into?
Navy ROTC. This is a more difficult scholarship to obtain than the Army and Air Force Scholarship. For the academic year 2018-2019, more than 5,000 high school senior applications for the scholarship were reviewed. About 1,500 applicants were awarded a scholarship.
How do I get an NROTC scholarship?
Applicants must use the online application to complete and submit all the required information in order to apply for the Navy ROTC scholarship. This online application is extensive and may require several hours to complete. You are able to start the application and save your progress as you complete each section.
Which college has the largest Navy ROTC program?
The Hampton Roads Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps is one of the largest ROTC Units in the nation, consisting of more than 170 Sailors, Marines, and Midshipmen.
What ROTC program is the best?
Top 10 ROTC Programs for Security Majors 2019
- Virginia Tech tops the list of the best ROTC colleges with their outstanding Corps of Cadets program.
- Texas A&M University has ROTC programs for the Army, Air Force, and Navy/Marines.
How much does NROTC cost?
Total: $5,180 per semester, $10,360 per year. Yes; students who have an active NROTC Contract are offered a room and board scholarship covering all of their on-campus living expenses. Students can apply for federal aid to see if they are eligible for any additional grants/loans.
What rank do you get after Nrotc?
Upon completion of the Naval ROTC program, you will be commissioned as either an Ensign in the United States Navy or a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.
Do you get paid in NROTC?
NROTC College Program Pays for uniforms and instructional fees for naval science courses. College program students selected for “advanced standing” receive a stipend for maximum of 20 months. Stipend per academic month is $350 junior year and $400 senior year.
Does NROTC pay room and board?
Yes; students who have an active NROTC Contract are offered a room and board scholarship covering all of their on-campus living expenses.
How is a scholarship awarded to a NROTC school?
Scholarships will be awarded to a NROTC school in conjunction with the academic major and tier the applicant specified on their application. If offered the scholarship, the student is expected to attend the school where their scholarship is placed.
How to apply for the NROTC placement office?
Requests are processed and approved by the NROTC Placement Office. The student must be mindful if they choose a cross-town school that there may be cross-town commuting costs and class timing issues which will need to be resolved. The school you are enrolled in must support the academic major or equivalent for which the scholarship was awarded.
How many colleges do you have to go to for Navy ROTC?
Applicants must enter five Navy ROTC affiliated colleges or universities in their scholarship application. If selected, we will try to place your scholarship at your first choice school, but due to limits on the number of scholarships that may be placed at each NROTC school, your scholarship may be placed at your second through fifth choice school.
When to apply for ROTC scholarships in high school?
High School Students Four-year ROTC scholarships pay full tuition and fees, include a book allowance and monthly stipend. These scholarships are highly competitive and must be applied for at the end of the junior year of high school.