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Deadline: Jan. 10 (Seniors) 

After email confirmation, follow all steps in accordance with the ROTC Scholarship website.

Direct all Questions to Mr. Bill Terry, ROTC Admissions Officer, 330-672-8209 bterry@kent.edu

National Scholarships for High Schoolers

The college Four-Year Scholarship is for high school students planning on attending a four-year college program.

Scholarship Requirements

  • US Citizen-2.5 GPA Minimum
  • 19+ ACT or 920+ SAT  ( for 3yr and 4yr scholarships)
  • Satisfactory completion of Department of Defense Physical Examination- Meet Army Height and Weight standards
  • Pass an Army Physical Fitness Test
  • Interview with the Professor of Military Science (on campus)

Click on the following link for more information and to complete a scholarship application:

 

https://www.goarmy.com/rotc/high-school-students/four-year-scholarship.html

Army Officer Career Choices

  • Air Defense
  • Medical Service Corps
  • Armor - Military Intelligence
  • Aviation
  • Military Police
  • Chemical Corps
  • Nursing Corps
  • Engineering
  • Ordinance
  • Field Artillery
  • Personnel
  • Army Finance Corps
  • Quartermaster
  • Infantry
  • Signal
  • Transportation Corps

Average Starting Civilian Salary

Computer Science  $50,046; Information Sciences/Systems  $47460; Accounting  $45,723; Registered Nurse  $46,840; Economics/Finance  $45,191; Chemistry  $41,154; Business Administration  $39,850; Marketing  $37,446; Liberal Arts & Sciences  $36,591; Criminal Justice  $33,222; Political Science  $32,734; English  $32,198; Psychology  $30,958; Elementary Education  $30,308; History  $30,306; Sociology  $30,007; Secondary Education  $29,375; Social Work  $27,259; Biology/Life Sciences  $26,499; Visual & Performing Arts  $20,300; 2nd Lieutenant   $42,303.48!!

Benefits

Annual Leave 30 days; Annual Vacation 10; days Sick Leave 10 days