The AFROTC program offers to qualified high school applicants the opportunity to compete for a 4-year scholarship. The application may be submitted online from July 1st of the student’s junior year through December 31st of their senior year of high school. Visit www.afrotc.com for more information and the application for the High School Scholarship program.
In-College Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis for 2 to 3.5 years. Applicants competing for In-College Scholarships must be enrolled as a cadet and nominated by a member of the detachment cadre (professor, associate, or assistant professors). Enrollment in AFROTC courses alone does not constitute grounds for scholarship consideration.
Scholarships cover tuition, fees, a book allowance, and a monthly subsistence allowance referred to as a “stipend.” Stipends range from $300-$500 monthly depending on the student’s academic classification (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior).