ROTC Detachment 930

BASIC SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY

SCHOLARSHIP TYPES

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

Each year Air Force ROTC offers approximately 1500 scholarships to the most qualified students.

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Apply between 1 June and 31 January in the

Type 1 – Pays full college tuition, most fees and a book allowance.

academic year before they plan on starting

Type 2 – Pays college tuition and most fees up to $18,000 per year and a book allowance.

undergraduate classes.

  •   Minimum 9th‐11th grade GPA of 3.0
  •   Minimum SAT composite score of 1240

ABOUT AFROTC

or minimum ACT composite score of 26

  •   17 years old to activate a scholarship
  •   Have not been enrolled full‐time at a college

Air Force ROTC is a college program offered at more than 1,100 colleges and universities across the U.S. that prepares students to become Air Force Officers while earning their college degrees. Air Force ROTC cadets participate in weekly physical fitness training, leadership laboratories, and classroom instruction. After completion of the program, all students are required to serve a minimum of 4 years in the Air Force. Air Force ROTC is more than just a way to pay for college– it’s a challenge, a head start on a lifetime of success…within the Air Force and beyond.

Type 7 – Pays college tuition up to the equivalent of a public school’s in‐state rate. A Type 7 scholarship may be converted to a 3‐year Type 2 scholarship if the student wishes to attend an out of state or private school.

or university except for joint high school/college programs prior to the fall college term

In addition, all Air Force ROTC scholarship cadets receive a nontaxable monthly stipend ranging from $300‐$500.

  •   Meet physical fitness standards
  •   Must be of good moral character and

2017201ACADEMIC YEAR SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT STATISTICS • 81% of eligible* applicants received a

demonstrate leadership potential

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

GO TO http://www.afrotc.com FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO INITIATE A SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

69%
Test Scores and GPA

Air Force ROTC evaluates students using the “whole person” concept. This means that along with academic performance, candidates will be evaluated on their physical fitness performance and leadership experience.

SAT

ACT GPA

Additionally, HSSP applicants are encouraged to apply and pursue technical and foreign language majors. Approximately 80% of scholarships are awarded to students pursuing a technical degree.

Students who do not receive a scholarship can still join AFROTC. In‐college scholarships are offered each year to non‐scholarship cadets already in the program. Contact the AFROTC detachment at your university for more information.

HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

*Eligible applicants include applicants who completed their application and met all A

BASIC SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY

SCHOLARSHIP TYPES

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

Each year Air Force ROTC offers approximately 1500 scholarships to the most qualified students.

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Apply between 1 June and 31 January in the

Type 1 – Pays full college tuition, most fees and a book allowance.

academic year before they plan on starting

Type 2 – Pays college tuition and most fees up to $18,000 per year and a book allowance.

undergraduate classes.

  •   Minimum 9th‐11th grade GPA of 3.0
  •   Minimum SAT composite score of 1240

ABOUT AFROTC

or minimum ACT composite score of 26

  •   17 years old to activate a scholarship
  •   Have not been enrolled full‐time at a college

Air Force ROTC is a college program offered at more than 1,100 colleges and universities across the U.S. that prepares students to become Air Force Officers while earning their college degrees. Air Force ROTC cadets participate in weekly physical fitness training, leadership laboratories, and classroom instruction. After completion of the program, all students are required to serve a minimum of 4 years in the Air Force. Air Force ROTC is more than just a way to pay for college– it’s a challenge, a head start on a lifetime of success…within the Air Force and beyond.

Type 7 – Pays college tuition up to the equivalent of a public school’s in‐state rate. A Type 7 scholarship may be converted to a 3‐year Type 2 scholarship if the student wishes to attend an out of state or private school.

or university except for joint high school/college programs prior to the fall college term

In addition, all Air Force ROTC scholarship cadets receive a nontaxable monthly stipend ranging from $300‐$500.

  •   Meet physical fitness standards
  •   Must be of good moral character and

2017201ACADEMIC YEAR SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT STATISTICS • 81% of eligible* applicants received a

demonstrate leadership potential

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

GO TO http://www.afrotc.com FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO INITIATE A SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

69%
Test Scores and GPA

Air Force ROTC evaluates students using the “whole person” concept. This means that along with academic performance, candidates will be evaluated on their physical fitness performance and leadership experience.

SAT

ACT GPA

Additionally, HSSP applicants are encouraged to apply and pursue technical and foreign language majors. Approximately 80% of scholarships are awarded to students pursuing a technical degree.

Students who do not receive a scholarship can still join AFROTC. In‐college scholarships are offered each year to non‐scholarship cadets already in the program. Contact the AFROTC detachment at your university for more information.

HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

*Eligible applicants include applicants who completed their application and met all A