There are a variety of Air Force ROTC Scholarships for high school students. Applicants must either be a United States citizen or obtain U.S. citizenship by the last day of the first term of their freshman year (for four-year offers) or the first term of sophomore year (for three-year offers). Applicants must pass a Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DODMERB) medical exam.
- Air Force ROTC Scholarships for high school students
- Type 1: Full tuition, living expense stipend, and annual book stipend
- Type 2: Up to $18,000 per year in tuition, living, and book stipends
- Type 7: Full tuition (capped at in-state rate) with stipends
- U.S. citizenship required
- Pass Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DODMERB)
- Complete Physical Fitness Assessment
- Minimum SAT composite of 1240 or ACT composite of 26
- Cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Apply for the Air Force ROTC Scholarships
- Undergo medical examination and Physical Fitness Assessment
- Meet academic requirements
- Contact the scholarship provider for specific details on dollar amounts
You’re under no obligation by simply applying for an Air Force ROTC scholarship. However, if you are awarded a scholarship, you become obligated when you accept and sign an agreement with the United States Air Force or Space Force.