Air Force ROTC Scholarship

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Air Force ROTC offers a variety of scholarships that will help relieve the financial burden of your college education. A variety of full and partial scholarships are available, and certain scholarships have specific requirements. To qualify for scholarship consideration as a high school student, you must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, minimum 1240 SAT score / 26 ACT Store; be at least 17 years old prior to scholarship activation and under 31 years old as of December 31 of the year you will be commissioned. There are physical requirements that must be met as well. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Peddie Inafe  on 8/6/2020 10:53:14 PM

I don't know if I am eligible to apply for this scholarship since I'm applying as a citizen of a country other than the USA, but I am very interested in the scholarship and believe it would help me to achieve my goals.

laziza I  on 6/13/2020 11:50:10 AM

I think this is a good way for student who have done well in school to get extra financial aid

Bri`Onna H  on 4/9/2020 10:25:17 AM

I am interested in this scholarship. I want to go to college and also serve for my country.

Torrance F  on 3/12/2020 8:23:56 AM

I am very interested in the Scholarship. I would like to attend Alabama state University. I have goals for my family and I.

Osman Nkhoma  on 12/20/2019 4:59:30 PM

I'm a university student studying land administration, and according to my views it is very difficult to be employed with my paper.and now iam looking for other means of employment

Kirsten B  on 8/22/2018 8:34:37 AM

I am an active member in the USAFROTC. What they are not telling you is that if you receive a scholarship from the ROTC itself, you will be immediately contracted long term and not have a choice. If that is what you want and are looking for, fantastic! If not, do not accept the scholarship or apply for it. ROTC grants from your school do not have you long term contracted immediately, but you still can if you want to. I see people being roped into the trap all the time. Just a heads up!

donyavious b  on 10/22/2015 10:18:45 AM

I am very interested in the Scholarship. I want to go to college and once I leave college I wish to attend the air fore. I have goals for me and my future family, I have brothers and a sister that depend on me. I want to serve my country and have a great education behind it.

Thomas P  on 9/16/2015 8:53:22 PM

I am very interested in pursuing an Air Force ROTC Scholarship or a U.S Navy ROTC Scholarship because I want to serve my country, obtain a college education, and eventually support my future family.

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