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Army ROTC Green to Gold Scholarship Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Green to Gold Scholarships are awarded for two, three, or four years. Recipients will receive tuition or room and board support, additional money for textbooks, supplies, and equipment, and a monthly stipend for up to 10 months each school year. Additionally, there will receive funding for attending the Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) between the junior and senior years of college. If qualified, students may receive Montgomery G.I. Bill/Army College Fund (MGIB/ACF) benefit. You must have acquired your bachelor's degree by this time and have served a minimum of two years Active Duty as well as three months of Active Duty for every one month of specialized training (a waiver can be requested); have a minimum 110 GT score, pass the APFT within the last six months with score of 180 or higher, minimum of 60 points in each event. A minimum 2.5 GPA is also required, along with a minimum 19 ACT score a minimum 920 SAT score. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Makliah S  on 1/4/2016 7:57:06 PM

Both of my parents have served in the United States Air Force and are continuing to serve in their current contracting positions. I plan on becoming an officer in the military one day following graduating from college. I feel this is a great opportunity for me to assist my parents by completing scholarships of all types. The more the better my chances are of attending and not putting a stress on their wallets

Iniki G  on 2/27/2011 7:49:45 PM

I applied for this scholarship becasue my mother has served almost 20 years in the National Guard. I am proud of her and would like to go to college to make her proud of me.

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