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 May 1st of the student’s junior year through December 1st of his/her 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).